Sip and Clip July 7th

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  • Sip and Clip July 7
     July 7, 2023
     6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Crowley House loves sharing the joy and beauty of flowers out on our farm.  Our Sip and Clips are an evening of slowing down and embracing the scenery and letting yourself relax into something creative.

The experience will start with a tour of the cutting gardens, where you can choose and cut your own blooms.  We will pour you a glass of local wine, and you can stroll amongst the gardens, savoring the slow movement of time with friends, both old and new.

Beth will demonstrate how to arrange a centerpiece, while taking you through her basic design philosophy. Then you can get started on creating your own arrangement to take home.  Beth and her team will be there for one-on-one support all the way.

All design materials for your simple floral arrangement are included in the class, along with small bites and glass of delicious local wine to enjoy!

Summer Sip and Clip – Mary Berrien Photo



Limited class size to keep it intimate and special. By purchasing tickets, ticketholders agree to the following:

  • ticketholders will drink responsibly.
  • event will be held regardless of weather, so please dress appropriately.
  • we are a working farm, so be mindful of your steps.
  • if event is cancelled, CHF will refund cost of ticket or reschedule event.
  • classes are two hours long and event will end at 8pm.
  • videos and photos of this event may be used for marketing purposes- any concerns please contact us.

Introduction to Flower Farming

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  • Intro to Flower Farming and Cut Garden Business
     March 25, 2023
     9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Are you thinking of becoming a cut flower farm or farmer florist production? Do you wonder if it’s the right fit for you, and what actually goes into committing to this as a career?

Join Beth, founder of Crowley House Farm, on her flower farm in heart of wine country. Here she’ll go over all the basics of running her cutting gardens, and full production farm, from planning and planting, to harvesting and working with clients.

Learn from Beth’s experience about

-sales channels, including farmers markets and pop-up shops



-work-life balance as a farmer

-health and wellness

-long term planning

Take a tour of the farm and learn general seed starting. Hands on  creative time making a wrap bouquet will round our day together.

Geared towards folks who are considering doing a cut flower business or are new to it withing 3 years.

Includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Please dress appropriately for the weather and a working farm.