There’s a definite chill in the air at night and the first frost of the year is approach

Laura posed in front of a bed of gomphrena
Laura in front of a bed of gomphrena

ing. By the end of October, the 2021 flower season will be over.

 

 

I’ve been busy carving pumpkins and arranging flowers to celebrate the change in seasons. And I want to invite you to the farm before then to carve your own pumpkin and fill it with all your favorite flowers! I’ve been wanting to invite you to the farm for a workshop all season, and I realized I needed to put it on the calendar and make it happen before time ran out.

 

This is a special opportunity to visit the farm outside of the usual u-pick hours, and tickets are required. You’ll start by picking out your favorite pumpkin – traditional orange, modern white, or a fun and funky knobby pumpkin. Then I’ll lead you on a tour of the flowers and all my tips and tricks for harvesting them. Once you’ve picked your flowers, we’ll return to the tables for pumpkin carving and flower arranging! I’ll show you how I arrange my flowers, and I’ll walk you through step-by-step to create the

perfect fall bouquet for your table. It’s going to be so much fun!

 

I’ve got two dates scheduled – Sunday, October 3 and October 10 at 1:30 PM. Click here to get your tickets.

 

Each ticket includes one pumpkin of your choice, a cup of flowers (30-35 stems), and a glass liner jar for the pumpkin. You’ll need to bring your favorite pumpkin-carving tools to cut the top and scoop out the insides.

 

If you want to share the experience with your favorite people, that’s awesome! You can share your ticket/pumpkin with one other person, or you can each buy a ticket and get your own pumpkin and flowers to arrange.

 

Space is limited! Get your tickets before they’re sold out.

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