Fall: it's official

The daylight is shorter and lower in the sky. The change in season brings some new products and new events.

Join me in celebrating autumn!

On October 12th from 11am-3pm. I'll be at Harvesting History at The Moffatt-Ladd House and Garden (Portsmouth, NH). Find Humble Bee's everlasting flower creations at this fun (free!) fall festival. The festival will celebrate autumn with activities like pumpkin decorating, self-guided tours featuring life in an historic house, and presentations on a wide-range of topics including furniture restoration, garden and tree care, herbs and their uses, essential oils, hearth cooking, and more!

The Berwick Winter Farmers' Market Starts November 10th and continues through April on the second Sunday of each month, with a bonus Thanksgiving market on November 24th. Set your table with the local harvest all winter long.

Looking to treat yourself or someone else? In addition to fresh flowers, consider our custom mix of favorite bulbs. Plant them outside for spring bouquets, or "force" indoors over the winter. (Instructions provided!) We also have available beautifully handcrafted, clean-burning beeswax candles from Seapoint Chandlers: classic tapers, adorable pine cones, and pumpkins of various sizes and colors.

Look for announcements about holiday offerings in the coming months.

Now booking for 2020 weddings, parties, and celebrations! (Limited availabilty remains for 2019.)

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