Visit the floriculture farm cottage & cabin
Come browse our hand-crafted collection of garden-inspired home decor, plants and holiday goods.
Message me to book a private shopping experience during the main season, May-October
OPEN select weekends.
Text 443-813-0229 with your name and desired appointment time.
We are located 30 minutes north of Hereford, MD (Hereford Farmer's Market)
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Upcoming Workshop Date
All Workshops include everything you need to create something beautiful.
-8 person limit-
Sunday, September 26, 2021
A Bewitching Terrarium Workshop
The Witch's Greenhouse or
Midnight, In the Garden
Morning Session, 10:00 am -noon
Afternoon Session, 1:00-3:00 pm
Prepay to reserve your spot
Venmo, Paypal, Cash/Check
Message me for details!
443-813-0229 or dm, on Instagram
Looking to host an intimate workshop here at the farm? Let's do it. Reach out and we can discuss the details.
You will have access to the cottage, the cabin and the gardens.
Making a Lantern Terrarium
In this workshop, we will design terrariums using a lantern to house our plants and foliage.
I will assist you in selecting plants that will work for your location and vessel. We will discuss creating "healthy" plant environments and share tips on care and keeping of your self contained plant garden.
Two options are available for this workshop:
BYOL (Bring your own lantern)
Bring a lantern of your choice and we will transform it into a living ecosystem
Kokedama, translates to "koke" (moss) "dama" (ball). This Japanese growing technique, practiced for centuries, is tied to the art of bonsai and involves mixing specific soil types to create a moss encased ball then using this vessel to house the roots of a plant.
Modern and self-contained these mini gardens look striking sitting on a plate or glass pedestal or simply hanging in a window.
Come get your hands in the dirt and create something beautiful.
It's therapeutic, productive and involves moss!
All supplies provided.
Floriography: An Evening of Flowers
To Be Announced
The language of flowers dates back to Victorian times when bouquets were used as a form of communication.
In this workshop, we will discuss flowers and their meanings and how gathered bunches can be used to convey messages
Participants will practice using color and texture to gather a lovely gift bouquet to take home (or give away).
All supplies provided.
Reserve your spot, today