Classes

Wreath Making Class

2017 Classes-Fall & Holiday Season

Please register in advance. 973-838-0174
Some classes require deposit.

 

 

Houseplant Care –September 16, Saturday 11:00 am
Tired of struggling through the winter with your houseplants? Hate to throw away tropical plants at the end of summer? Learn how to prepare your plants for about an 8 month stay in your home. General houseplant care will be covered, and organic controls emphasized.   New houseplants will be for sale.  Free

Fall Lawn Care Class—September 30th, Saturday 2-5 pm.
Lawn expert Rich Imlay from Jonathan Green, will be here to help you get your grass ready for winter.  A perfect set up for a healthy spring lawn! Free

Mushroom Picking– A Saturday around the end of September.
This could be a good year for foraging mushrooms at Two Pond Farm in West Milford! Learn about some of our local mushrooms and how to identify them. Sign up now, and when we get the call from Allison at Two Pond Farm, we’ll let you know.  $20

Dinner in the Greenhouse with André —October 2nd, Monday 6:30 pm
André & Tracey deWaal of André’s Lakeside Dining in Sparta, NJ, will be offering a six course tasting menu. André is planning to use a variety of local and seasonal ingredients to offer a menu representing summer’s journey into fall. Served at Tracey’s communal table, set with mismatched china, candles and fresh flowers in the beautifully decorated greenhouse. Bring some friends, make some new ones and enjoy an evening of fantastic food and hospitality.

Cool Crab Salad, Cucumber, Fennel, and Mint
Slow Roasted Tomato Soup, Smoked Paprika
Mixed Reds and Greens with Fresh Herbs, Warm Ricotta and Toasted Almonds
Bronzini, Bitter Greens, Coffee Roasted Carrots and Black Garlic
Berkshire Pork, Squashes, Grains, Nuts and Seeds
Roasted Pear Tart, Buttered Scotch Sauce and Bittersweet Chocolate

Price includes tax and gratuity, $90 per person.
Seating is limited.
BYOB
For more info call the restaurant 973-726-6000
To purchase tickets go to andresrestaurant.com

Staying Healthy with the Seasons, Using Food and Herbal Remedies–October 7th Saturday, 1pm
As we gear up for Fall and Winter, we can use locally grown food and healing botanicals to prepare our bodies and keep us healthy. Seasonal eating is a concept our ancestors understood well. Before mass transportation, people ate what was local in their bioregion in a particular season, and this style of eating is best for our general health.
Join Morrie Shafer, herbalist, certified health coach, historian, and naturalist for a fun class discussing what it means to eat seasonally, and how we can incorporate these principles into daily life. We will prepare recipes and share food, as well as discuss herbs for Fall/Winter and sample different herbal preparations.  Class fee: $25.  Deposit required

Fall Weekend—October 21st, 22nd Hay Rides, Sales, Coat Collection & more. More info to come

Pumpkin/Succulent Centerpiece-– October 21st Saturday, 1 pm
Create a beautiful fall centerpiece that will last for many weeks, from a pumpkin and live succulents. It requires no care and will look gorgeous on your thanksgiving table!  Bring a glue gun (and glue) if you have them.  $26.  Deposit required

Holiday Open House–After Hours Event 6-8 pm Thursday November 16th
Friday, Saturday, Sunday November 17th, 18th, & 19th.

Making a Holiday Wreath–November 11th, Saturday 1 pm & 3:30 pm
November 14th, Tuesday 6:30 pm
November 24th, Friday 11 am
December 4th, Monday 6:30 pm
Build a gorgeous wreath from scratch made from balsam, cedar, arborvitae and other mixed evergreens.  Bring pruners if you have them.  $30.  Deposit required.   Call to book private classes early! 

Making Holiday Porch Pots—November 24th  Friday 2 pm / November 27th, Monday 6:30 pm
Create lush and festive holiday container arrangements for your front door or a similar area.  These are large and appropriate to drop into your permanent planters. Basic materials provided, decorations extra.  2-3’ tall.  $32.  Deposit required

Holiday Centerpieces–December 16, Saturday 11am
Create your own evergreen centerpiece for Christmas Dinner or holiday parties with fresh evergreens, flowers, pine cones and more.   $28.  Deposit Required

 

Garden Quotes

“I have never had so many good ideas day after day as when I worked in the garden.”
~John Erskine 1879-1951

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