Art, gifts, & plants

Our shelves and nooks offer a selection from local consignees, including hand-crafted soaps & lotions, jewelry, photographs ready for framing, macrame wall hangings, Root merch, and more. In our front window, pick out your perfect house plant.

Willow Tree Weaving & Soaperie

How can you make something unique and eye-catching but that also has an

everyday purpose? For rural Pittsburg resident Natalie Jepson-Kundiger, it's with woven pieces, soaps, and lotions made sustainably with locally-sourced ingredients. Wrapped in eco-friendly biodegradable shrink wrap.

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Root merch

Grinder: our classic logo printed on a super soft heathered midnight blue T.

Peace. Love. Coffee.: our unofficial slogan printed on a super soft heathered maroon T.

$15, in S, M, L, XL, and XXL.

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Flora's Pure Pampering

Kathy Flora, of rural Pittsburg, wanted a soap that was a gentle, natural product. So she made it herself, and her business was off and running! A homesteader, she’s been at it now for 10 years, and even makes a Root soap with coffee beans!


Carla's Country Gardens

We're the "satellite location" for this small, family-owned retail garden center that rural Pittsburg residents Carla and Ed Thompson founded in 2002. They specialize in unique plants and friendly service.


L&M Plants

Take a variety of plants, propagate and pot them in unique, fun mugs, thrift shop finds, and other creative vessels, and you have L&M Gardens! It’s owned by Laura Tierney (L!) and Maggie England (M!) of Frontenac and Pittsburg.

Wicky Flame Candle Co.

Frontenac resident Emily Curlee is a creative Native American who specializes in candles, wax melts, and seed bead jewelry. Her candles and wax melts are made of all natural soy wax and fragrances.


LunaHex Jewelry

Luna Hexa is a local artist collective comprised of Emily Wachter and Mo Cravens. They both create handmade jewelry using authentic crystals. Mo also specializes in spell jars and grows herbs for cleansing negative energy from a space.


S&S Crafting Co.

Sally Short and her daughter, Sara Short, create that bohemian, eclectic, coffeeshop look with handmade macramé trees of life, dream catchers, and plant hangers.