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On-Farm Classes

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Learn how to build a successful cut flower bouquet, from field to vase in one of our classes. Freshly gathered flowers brighten everything, but there are some tips and tricks when it comes to harvesting and designing your own flowers. In these floral design classes, you will learn right from the beauty of our gardens.

How it Works

  • You bring some basic class materials – pruners & suggested container.
  • We’ll have a lesson, walk the fields, pick some flowers, and create something beautiful.
  • You take home the flowers you design.

Attend A Workshop

Plan to meet new friends! 
  1. Pick a class
  2. Choose a date
  3. Note class materials needed
  4. Check out
  5. We will send you a reminder

Book A Workshop

  1. Gather your people (Minimum Group size 7 people) If you get 12 or more, $5 discount ea. person + 1 free spot)
  2. Pick a Class Topic (see below)
  3. Call or e-mail us to set a date and time
  4. A payment link will be provided to send each person to book their spot.
  5. Bring class materials listed

Basic Floral Design


You’ll learn the very basics of floral Design and how to create a solid structure in which to build your bouquet. We will learn about the proper stage of harvest, hydration, and how to make your flowers last. Everybody goes home with flowers. Container will be provided.

AGENDA - Mechanics Lesson, Farm tour, Design Lesson, Pick your own flowers, Design
LENGTH about 1 1⁄2 hr.

may | june | july | August

Vintage Floral Design


These timeless techniques involve all the mechanics used in the good old days, pre-foam. Likely you even have some or found some at an antique shop.

The vases and mechanics will be provided.

AGENDA - Mechanics Lesson, Design Lesson, Pick your own flowers, Design your flowers
LENGTH about 1 1⁄2 + hr.

june | july | 

Short Course  & Self-Guided Tour


If you need to keep it simple, this is the plan for you. We have the flowers ready in each station. You will learn the basics of floral design and how to make your flowers last. Your group is welcome to walk the fields after the class on your own. It does not include a guided tour or harvesting from the fields, but you take home your flowers.

LENGTH about 1  1/2hrs 

Book a
Guided Tour


I can talk flower farming all day long and love to share what we do. If you want a guided tour with your group, this is a perfect option. Once I receive this order, I will contact you to set a date and time. 


Yes. If you have an infant or are unable to find a babysitter, that is fine. We have had really good experiences with this so far. If your child is old enough and would like to PARTICIPATE, we have a reduced rate of $25 for children.

Q: Can I bring my child?

The flowers are complimentary to the class and it is important that everyone receives roughly the same NUMBER of flowers. It's  not about getting as many flowers as you can in a vase, it is learning about designing flowers and giving each flower space to shine. If you bring your own vase and it is large, you are welcome to pay for more flowers.  Extra flowers that are picked remain with BeeHaven Farm and we work them into our orders.

Q: Can I bring my own vase?

If you are invited late and there is no time to book on-line or receive a payment link, then yes, we’re happy to have you come. To guarantee your group success, we require payment ahead of time. A lot of work goes into setting up and preparing for a class and we need to meet the minimum requirements. The class fee is non-refundable and good incentive to come to the class. I guarantee you will learn a lot and it is worth it.

Q: Can I pay for the class when I get there?

The fee is non-refundable, so we will sign you up for another class. We offer several throughout the summer and you will get to meet some new friends. Please call or email us to move you to a different roster. Because we prepare for classes ahead of time, meeting the minimum guarantees our time and effort.

Q: What if something comes up and I can’t make it to the class?

We will provide all necessary class materials and pruners.

Q: Do I need to bring anything?

That depends on how talkative the group is. I aim for 1 1⁄2 hours but it can go up to 2 hours.

Q: How long is the class?


Q: Can we bring some food and drinks/wine to my group class? 

The class will still go on. I will set us up in a protected and comfortable indoor area.

Q: What if it is rainy and stormy?

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