Wildroot Floral has become a staple shopping destination on Niagara Street for me and my parents. Whenever we embark upon a lunch excursion on the West Side, my mom always asks to make a stopover to the flowery depot.
Earlier today, after paying a visit to CooCoo U, just down the street, my mother suggested that we make a pitstop to Wildroot Floral, per usual. Little did we know that we would be walking into a fully functioning, supersized version of the flower boutique’s former self. Wowza!
It turns out that Wildroot Floral zigzagged over a bay within the building… the same building that houses Daddy’s Plants, Twin Petrels, Company B, and numerous other businesses.
Now, if you’re not familiar with Wildroot Floral, here’s a refresher.
Apparently, it took a full year to build out the new Wildroot Floral flower boutique. The additional square footage, and the breathtaking space, means that there is an abundance of “shop-able” displays, all of which have been expertly curated. The added capacity equates to more products, more wedding events, and more classes and workshops.
Wildroot Floral is not only benefitting from the enhanced storefront, it is also capitalizing on the relationships that it has built with its neighboring businesses. For example, they are hosting a class at Twin Petrels later this week… the event sold out in 24 hours. Not to mention that 90% of Wildroot Floral’s merchandise is made in Buffalo, and across New York State.
Niagara Street is coming on strong thanks to a number of super unique, high quality businesses that are now calling the district home. I would have to say that it’s an elevated shopping experience that must be experienced to be appreciated. So what are you waiting for?