The Farm at Oxford

a specialty cut flower farm - chester county PA

Succulent Gardens as an Oil Diffuser: Workshop: 9/22

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Succulent Gardens as an Oil Diffuser: Workshop: 9/22

45.00

Essential oils are the hot new thing… they have so many health benefits. But did you know that you can turn a living succulent planter into a natural essential oil diffuser?

BACK by popular demand:

Join us as we partner with Sarah Korbeck from Young Living Essential Oils and learn all about how to use fresh succulent plants in your home as an essential oil diffuser.

First, Mara with The Farm at Oxford will guide you in putting together your own succulent garden, and then Sarah will share all about the benefit of plant-based oils, and will show you how to turn your new succulent garden into your very own home oil diffuser.

At the end of the evening you will take home the garden, a dram of oils, and knowledge on how to care for it and treat your garden (or other plants!) with oils in the future. Additional oils and plants available for purchase if desired.

When:

Sunday 9/22 at 2pm (usually runs to around 3:30pm)

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 non-alcoholic sips for you on hand, but feel free to BYOB a special drink or wine or snack if you so desire.

Space is limited so if you are thinking of signing up, don’t wait too long! We hate to see people miss out as workshops sell out.

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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.