September 14th Ciders & Stems: Basics of Flower Arranging Workshop at Ploughman Cider Taproom, Gettysburg Square
Join us at the Ploughman Cider Taproom to play with flowers and learn a few basic techniques for floral arranging! Arrive by 7pm, grab your cider, and settle in for a relaxing, mid-week mood booster. Becca will give a demonstration on preparing flowers, design basics, and seasonal flower availability. Then participants will choose their own blooms from a flower bar and create their own unique garden-style arrangement with Becca's support. You take home a beautiful arrangement in glassware to enjoy all week long.
Basics of prepping and caring for fresh cut flowers
What kinds of flowers are abundant during September in Gettysburg area
Basics of floral arranging
Tips for extending the life of your fresh floral arrangement
What's different about local, seasonal flowers
Single ticket: A 9oz. cider of your choice, basic instruction, and all the supplies you need to create a gorgeous garden-style flower arrangement.
Double ticket: A 4-can mix pack of cider, basic instruction, and all the supplies you need to create (2) unique, garden-style flower arrangements.
Space is limited to 14 participants.
Pre-sale: $5 OFF before 08/28/21
Flowers pictured are not the ones we will be using for this class! In fact, we will specifically choose flowers that dry well, so you can hang your crown to dry and enjoy it long after the workshop.
About Ploughman Cider Taproom
Bringing a bit of green, rural Northern Adams County to historic Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, Ploughman Cider Taproom serves their own ciders plus local beers, wines, and distilled spirits from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Ploughman farm ciders are as unique as the place in which they are created. For over a century, the Wenk family has tended the deep, fertile soils of our orchards in Adams County, PA – one of the finest fruit growing regions in the United States.
Each year at Three Springs Fruit Farm, we cultivate apple varieties specifically for our cidery. We work with American heirlooms like Spitzenburg, Golden Russet, and Stayman and select apples like Dabinett, Stoke Red, and Kingston Black for their bittersharp and bittersweet flavor profiles. Every year the apples we use for cider are a little different, which adds layers of complexity to the cider and connection to the farm.