The Farm at Oxford

a specialty cut flower farm - chester county PA

Love Peonies: New London Workshop 6/2

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Love Peonies: New London Workshop 6/2

69.00

Peonies, they almost need no introduction... these blowsy fluffy harbingers of late spring are universally loved around these parts and we have been hard at work every year adding hundreds more peony plants to our flower fields. Peonies only bloom for a short 4-6 weeks, so this workshop is one of my favorites to run every year due to such beautiful flowers and fleeting beauty!

Join us on Sunday 6/2 at our new workshop studio in New London, PA (directions and details below) for a fun afternoon of learning about growing peonies and then learning how to design with some of our 2019 freshly cut peonies and other spring blooms, all in a beautiful vessel.

These workshops are perfect for flower lovers who want to learn how to arrange their own flowers from their gardens, fledgling floral designers or those who love playing with flowers, for girls day out…there’s so many reasons to treat yourself and join us for a fun few hours of floral design and flowers!

When:

Sunday 6/2 at 1pm (usually runs to around 3pm)

2050 Newark Road, New London, PA (inside the Jillian Grace Salon building)

Location: Our studio is housed upstairs, come in the front door, up the big stairway and our studio is at the top of the stairs to the left! We unlock the front door at 10minutes to the workshop—in case you get there and it is locked-just wait a few minutes!

We will have light bites and non-alcoholic sips for you but feel free to BYOB a special drink if you so desire.

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Note: No refunds within 7 days of the class date due to procuring supplies & materials ahead of time. Thanks for your understanding!

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The Farm at Oxford is a proudly featured grower on Field to Vase, a premiere advocate for the growing local flower movement and a member of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers.