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Farm Closing for Season

Farm Hours:
Open Daily: 9am—5pm
Sundays: 12pm—5pm



2018 Class Offerings

Our classes have concluded for the season, but please take a look at what we have to offer and stay tuned for our new 2019 class schedule,
we hope you will join us.

Miniature Alpine or
Fairy Garden Container

Saturday, May 5, 2–4 pm
Using hardy dwarf evergreens, small perennial plants, ferns, and mosses, create your own miniature forest and meadow in a pot. Finish with a tiny stone path, a twig bridge or find something in our fairy garden accessories. We have had so much fun doing this class the last few years! We have several different containers to choose for your plants and a fabulous new introduction of miniature plants.
Instructor: Jan Richenburg, Lisa LeBlanc
Tuition: $15
Container, soil and plants will be purchased the day of the class.

Annual Window Box

Tuesday, May 8, 6–8 pm
Imagine the joy of creating a display of colorful blooms and dramatic foliage that will greatly enhance the presentation of your home. We promise to take the mystery out of selecting gorgeous and appropriate plants and share the secrets to keeping them vibrant for the whole growing season. Join us for a fulfilling and totally rewarding class that you’ll be bragging about all summer.
Instructors: Liana Webb, Jan Richenburg
Tuition, window box and soil $38.
Your choice of plants will be purchased the night of the class.

Blossoms and Buds — Flower Design Workshop

Thursday, May 10, 6:00–8:00 pm

This flower design workshop begins with a step by step demonstration by
Margo Pullman—covering all aspects of flower arranging using May blossoms,
budding branches and fresh spring greens. Afterwards, each participant will
create their own floral masterpiece. This ode to Spring can be for you or
as a wonderful gift for Mother's Day.
Instructors: Margo Pullman
Tuition, Container, Mechanics and Plant Material $85.
Please bring your own clippers.

Succulent PlanterAnnSuccclass
Saturday, May 12, 9:30–11:30 am
Annual and perennial succulents continue to be our favorite family of plants. We have a vast selection of unusual plants with many different colors, textures and architectural forms to choose from. Come learn with us as we take you step by step on how to design and grow these drought tolerant plants. We have some interesting containers available or you can bring your own favorite container. The container needs to be at least five inches deep and have some drainage.
Instructors: Lisa LeBlanc and Jan RichenburgAnnSuccclass2
Tuition $15
Container, soil and plants will be purchased the day of the class.



magcontMagnificent Container

Thursday, May 17, 6–8 pm
We get so many compliments from our customers about our breathtaking containers that are seen throughout the Farm. We will teach you our magic formula, and help you complete your own magnificent design.
Instructor: Margo Pullman, Jan Richenburg
Tuition $15
16" Container, soil and plants will be purchased the night of the class.

Perennial Container
Saturday, May 19, 9:30–11:30 am

The joy of perennials is they last for many years. Learn the art of using perennials to create a unique planter. We have some exciting new plants to choose from – all suitable for containers. You will be taught which plants to choose based upon your individual growing requirements. We will also cover the importance of foliage versus flowers and show you how to winter over your planter.
Instructor: Lisa LeBlanc
Tuition $15
Container, soil and plants will be purchased the day of the class.

Culinary Herb Container

Saturday, June 2, 9:30–11:30 am
Some sage advice, take a little thyme and grow your own herbs! It is so much fun to go pick and use fresh herbs you grow yourself. All you need is a sunny spot. Make your summer salads and grilling season come alive. We will help you choose which herbs you like and design a container to use all season.
Instructor: Lisa LeBlanc
Tuition $15
Container, soil, and plants will be purchased at the time of the class.

Children’s Fairy Garden Class
Sunday, June 3, 1:30-3:30 pm
We will explore ways in which to create a fantasy environment in a container using flowers and natural materials found in our woods. The finishing touch will be adding miniature accessories to make this little oasis a cozy little home for fairies and gnomes.
Ages 6 and up.
Instructor: Liana Webb
Tuition and Supplies $45.00


Tuition must be paid at the time of registration.

How to Register & Pay for a Class?*

1.You may send your registration by mail. If choosing this method, please include class name, class date and a telephone number or email address you can be reached at. Please make checks payable to Pettengill Farm.

2.If you have a PayPal account, you may use this.

*Either way of payment, it is also important that you call or email us at with your name, contact info and class so we may reserve your spot!

**If you need to cancel after registering, please be kind enough to notify us. Your full class tuition will be refunded only if we receive your cancellation notice two days PRIOR to your scheduled class. Please make checks payable to Pettengill Farm.

***Not all images accurately depict the finish project.***