Please Note:  For Make and Take classes, the pictures shown are for inspirational purposes and may not depict exactly the final project components. 

Registration is encouraged for all classes.  All Make and Take classes are by preregistration only, as we need to have enough materials for each participant. 

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or call in to the Seasons Garden Center at 215.493.4226


Workshop (Make and Take)
Copper and Wine Fall Tones
Wednesday, October 19th
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Embrace the rich tones of the fall season.  Using copper color enhanced dried accents, rich velvety burgundy florals and lush seasonal foliage, you will create this beautiful floral centerpiece to take home.  Feel free to linger after class by the firepit as we enjoy some spiced cider on this (hopefully) beautiful fall night.  Designers of all skill levels are welcome.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff member, Deborah Pomroy, has been designing florals for over 35 years.  After owning her own floral shop for 17 years, Deborah moved on to wedding floral design at Fabufloras in Philadelphia.  She is an Adjunct Professor at Mercer County Community College where she teaches the Floral Design program classes.  She has a BS In Ornamental Horticulture (Floriculture emphasis) with a Business minor from Delaware Valley University.


Demonstration (Watch and Learn)
Christmas Floral Decorating
Sunday, November 20th, 2022
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Christmas décor in Colonial Williamsburg is all about using items from nature.  The style is known for its creative use of greens, seed pods, fruit, dried flowers, shells and horns.  Taking from his experience decorating in Williamsburg, Virginia, this instructor offers some great tips and ideas to use when decorating in the Colonial Williamsburg style.  Be sure to bring your camera to remember each of these great ideas, many using materials found right here in your Bucks County landscape.  Feel yourself get into the holiday spirit as these florals are created during this lecture/demonstration.

Instructor’s Bio:  Carl Vivaldi worked for three years decorating historic Colonial Williamsburg.  He is a local Botanist who resides in Washington Crossing.  He was the Horticultural Teacher at BCTHS for 30 years and is a proud graduate of Delaware Valley University.