Wildwood Flora is located in Cincinnati’s historic, urban farm district. Settled in Frogtown, otherwise known as Gray Road and Woodenshoe Hallow, this land follows a rich history of local agriculture. As stewards of the land, we are honored to work with the land so many farmers have cared for and preserved. Wildwood Flora currently cultivates 3 acres of flora culture and 22,000 square feet of greenhouse-grown plants right in the heart of the city. As Cincinnati continues to grow, it is our mission to continue this legacy and spread the joy of local, sustainable flowers for an ever more beautiful Queen City. *The photo on the right is an aerial shot taken of the original farm--1970
At Wildwood Flora, we believe the health of the soil is connected to the health of our communities. Therefore, we work to sow seeds in an ecological manner that builds up the soil rather than tearing it down. This means taking a closer look at our connection between ourselves and the earth, using acute care with our plants, and using environmentally-friendly products. Nature is a vital part of our lives: It keeps us connected to one another and all of the beauty on earth; and, we are invested in upholding the well-being of our earth for generations to come. "The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life."– Wendell Berry
Wildwood Flora was founded by Eliza June, second generation Application with a deep appreciation for nature and caring for the land. Eliza has studied under fourth generational greenhouse producers and farmers since founding the company in 2015. Before opening the company Eliza started her career coordinating community garden programs in the Cincinnati and Dayton area, teaching organic gardening practices, seed saving and composting while developing youth agriculture programs within these communities.
We Would Love to Have You Visit Soon! 4848 Gray Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45232