District Spotlight: Roxanne’s Dried Flowers

dried flowers in the Strip District

What began as a passion project on a small farm in Washington, Pennsylvania over twenty years ago has now blossomed into a gem of the Strip district and the number one spot for preserved floral arrangements, gardening accessories, potpourri, décor, gifts, and a fairytale atmosphere. Located on Penn Ave just a quick walk from Lot 24, Roxanne’s Dried Flowers is a magical shop that will take your breath away each and every time you visit.

No matter the season, Roxanne’s provides unique, handcrafted pieces for both the home and garden. Throughout the store you will find decorative wreaths, artisanal items, exotic plants, and presents that will last a lifetime. Behind the shop is a backyard garden filled with even more sensory delights, including tropical fauna in the warmer months.

Whether you’re looking for the perfect centerpiece at your holiday dinner this season, an unforgettable housewarming gift, or simply some inspiration, you can find it at Roxanne’s Dried Flowers. The talented and friendly staff at the shop also specializes in events like weddings and corporate parties. No matter the occasion, Roxanne’s is ready to serve you with custom pieces that will bring the atmosphere of your event to the next level. If you’re interested in incorporating these vibrant designs into your life, you can browse the shop’s portfolio here. Be sure to check out their impressive wreaths as well. We personally can’t wait to bring one home for the holiday season.

We’re lucky to have a neighbor like Roxanne’s, but if you’d like to spread the love to friends in other areas, the convenient online store and delivery service makes that possible. The shop is open for your perusing pleasure seven days a week, and we highly recommend taking a quick walk over to check it out in person. You’ll truly feel transported in this magical place.

Are you looking for an apartment to call your own in Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District? Contact us today to learn about settling in at Lot 24.

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