The Farm at Oxford

a sustainably grown cut flower farm

{Love Local} Dahlia Daze 2016

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{Love Local} Dahlia Daze 2016

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This is an invite only event. Please do not forward.

Get ready for LOVE LOCAL part deux! 

Your favorite local Philly-area flower farmers are bringing you another fun and floriferous evening filled with happy hour, networking and floral indulgence all in one. 

Come prepared to play with all the best of what's in season this summer, from dahlias to zinnias, amaranth to cosmos, and all the weedy and foraged bits, too. 

Bring your favorite pair of clippers and vessel to fill with flowers while chatting with friends old and new (or laze out and add a vessel to your registration, we'll supply one for you!) 

Ask questions, answer them, and make some beautiful arrangements for photographing in a raw, industrial space in the heart of Philly. 

Dinner, drinks and alllll the flowers included (other materials -- chicken wire, floral tape, and extra clippers will be on hand)!

Space is limited; reserve your spot today!

When: Monday, August 15th, 2016, 5-8 pm

Where: Cecil B. Moore Avenue and N. Mascher Street in Olde Kensington/Fishtown, Philadelphia (Venue address sent after registration)

Unlimited street parking in neighborhood, and within walking distance from Berks and Girard MFL stations.)

Price: $55 per person (with vessel $60)

Details: Pricing includes dinner, drinks, and access to all your favorite summer blooms to create an arrangement. Please bring clippers and a vessel for your design (or add a vessel for $5)... we'll provide all of the other necessary materials, along with a photographer for professional shots of your work and the evening!

This evening created by your local flower farmers: Chicory Florals, The Farm at Oxford, Cultivating Joy, Jig-Bee and Laughing Lady Flower Farm

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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.