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Arranging Flowers with Locally Grown Blooms Class with Gather & Grace at Spruce Hill Farm - June 25th

Sarah’s Cottage Creations will teach flower arranging with locally grown blooms.

About this experience

Classes held at the beautiful picturesque Spruce Hill Equestrian Farms next to the Gateway Trailside in Stillwater.

Meet and check in at the Mercantile 11:00 where the Nostalgic Trolley will pick you up promptly at 11:30. 

Enjoy the 10 minute ride through Stillwater to the rolling beautiful hills of Spruce Hill Farms.

You will meet with your Artisan where you will create your craft, enjoy a delicious meal and drink prepared by Gateway Trailside.

The journey back to Stillwater, hop on the Trolley where it will take you to the Mercantile. 

 

The Class - 

Fresh grown Cut Flowers, in the hills of Stillwater MN, will be harvested hours before the event, to “play with” to create spring arrangements in 6” classic compote vessels.

Allowing for stunning, colorful, easy and inspiring creations to enjoy for 10+ days.


Includes the compote vessel, the mechanics, 15-20 stems
of seasonal blooms and green accents, harvested hours before; in person learning from experienced
farmer/florist


Included is a delicious meal and beverage by Gateway Trailside.

Your Host

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Sarah’s Cottage Creations Flower Farm is located in the hills of
Stillwater MN. Sarah Buerkley has been growing flowers for her clients for over 22 years thru her award winning Landscape design, installation and maintenance company. She currently has 3 acres of specialty cut flowers every growing season, to share with Locals thru her Flower Subscriptions, Local Florists, Local Stores and DIY Wedding orders. She expanded into cut flowers when her son and daughter in law graduated 4 years ago from U of W Stout and proclaimed their love of flowers! Sarah and Alison of Fern Floral (daughter in law) donate their time to spreading the JOY of flowers thru these Flower Arranging events.
See Instagram @sarahbuerkley, @fernfloralcompany for loads of images on their cottage style arrangements.