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Classes!!!

Updated: Jun 21, 2020

Classes have begun... Join a class or contact me to schedule a private class of 5 or more... Future dates to be determined....


Garden Tour + Bouquet-Making Class:

A tour & discussion about the gardens, including information about garden practices and what’s growing.

Followed by a presentation on cutting flowers and how to make a mason jar arrangement.

Then it is your turn to cut flowers and make your own arrangement to take home!

Floral scissors provided.

Bring a 1 quart mason jar, or purchase one for $2.

Wear sneakers/close-toed shoes.

Please bring your mask as we will be practicing social distancing. Limit 8 people

This class will be offered every few weeks to showcase different crops in garden.

$25 per person pre-registration recommended email me for details....


Yoga and Lavender June 23, 9 am, July 7, 9am

Enjoy the serenity of the gardens and a yoga practice by a certified yoga instructor , Chrisa Nesbitt Yaeger .Enjoy a gentle yoga stretch class then a garden walk, and cut your own bouquet of lavender.... Bring your mat, a towel, a strap if you have it and water

$25 per person


Yoga and Lavender June 25,6:30 pm

Enjoy the serenity of the gardens and a yoga practice by certified yoga instructor Michael Anne Pentz. Open to all levels, a slow paced vinyasa flow class. After your yoga practice enjoy a garden walk and then cut your own bouquet of lavender...

Bring your own mat, towel and water

$25 per person


Mommy + Me Class

Dates to be determined or contact me about scheduling a private class

A tour & discussion about the gardens geared toward little ones!

Includes information about garden practices and what’s growing.

Followed by a presentation on cutting flowers and how to make a mason jar arrangement.

Then it is your turn to cut flowers and make your own arrangement to take home!

Mom fills her own quart mason jar (bring your own ), or purchase for $2).

Little one fills a bud vase (provided).

Floral scissors provided.

Wear sneakers/close-toed shoes.

Please bring a mask, w will be social distancing and limiting to 8 participants

$25 for Mom and child under 8


Family Class / Girls Night Out / Group Class / Private Class of 5 or more

A tour & discussion about the gardens geared toward families!

Includes information about garden practices and what’s growing.

Followed by a presentation on cutting flowers and how to make a mason jar arrangement.

Then it is your turn to cut flowers and make your own arrangement to take home!

Custom class/ Make your Own Arrangements to be determined by need

Floral scissors provided.

Wear sneakers/close-toed shoes.

Please bring masks.


Succulent Fairy Garden Class:

Dates to be determined or contact me about scheduling a private class

Learn about succulent propagation. Then plant succulents in a container.

Decorate your planter with fun trinkets to make a fairy garden.

Wear sneakers/close-toed shoes.

All supplies are included.

Please wear a mask.


Seasonal Decorative Basket:

Dates to be determined or contact me about scheduling a private class

Garden tour and demonstration. Check out all the garden has to offer in the fall and fill a basket of seasonal components.

Bring your own basket or container 8-10” and fill with components you pick from the garden.


Dried Cockscomb Wreaths and Arrangements:

Dates to be determined or contact me about scheduling a private class

I hope to have an abundance of cockscomb due to a crop failure last year! It’s a great plant for crafting; dries beautifully for wreaths and winter arrangements.

Class includes demo and cockscomb to make your own project.

All supplies included.


Christmas Centerpieces:

Dates to be determined or contact me about scheduling a private class

Learn how to put together your own Christmas centerpiece with evergreens, pine cones, ribbons, berries and more. Bring your own container.




Class sizes limited. Classes are outdoors with the exception of wreath and Christmas centerpiece class.


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