The retail store is open Tuesday through Saturday 9-5 and on Sunday
from 1-5. We are closed on Monday.
A full refund will be given only for classes and lunches
cancelled at least 48 hours before the event.
Friday, June 28, 2013, Kid's Cooking Day with Linda Franzo 10:00-12:00 Noon
Summer fun at Petals! Make individaul pizzas sugar babies (hot dogs wrapped in bacon) Yummy! Cupcake wars, Muddle Mint Lemonade and Snowballs! All "hands-on". Children will pinch and sniff and chop herbs. Parents can shop among the plants at Petals, read a book on the porch or stop in to take pictures of their kids. Linda will be happy to mentor any Edible School Garden questions. Start one at your school this season. Boys and girls ages 5 through teens welcome. Fee for the class is $25.00. Advanced registration and payment required. Please call the retail shop,
205-646-0069, to make your reservations
Saturday, June 29, 2013 Annual Plant Sale 7:00am -2:00pm
This is the sale of the year the one you have been waiting for. All plants in our greenhouse growing area are sold at wholesale prices. Some one of a kind plants are in this area. This is a great time to finish a landscaping project or begin a new one at great savings. Many other items will also be on sale in the retail area. Come early for the best selection.
Saturday, July 13, 2013, Fig Walking Tour 10:30am - Dr. Arlie Powell
Dr. Powell will discuss varities of figs that we have planted here at Petals as well as others he feel grow well in our area. He will also discuss care and maintenance.
Saturday, July 27,2013, Preserving the Harvest 10:00am
10:00: Jams and Jellies - Join Gwen Powell for one of her jam sessions. She can show you how to turn that delicious fresh fruit into scrumptious jams and jellies.
10:30: Herbal Vinegars - Pat Conlee - What do you do with your herbal harvest? Make your own signature herbal vinegars for your own use and for gifts.
11:00: Juicing and Smoothies - Tracy Britnell and Terri Hanna - Juicing smoothies are both delicious and very healthy ways to get the nutritional benefits we need. We will be demonstrating how to preserve and use your harvest by juicing and making smoothies as well as discussing some of the nutritional benefits.
Making baby food for your new addition is a great way to utilize your summer harvest and fresh produce.
Fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in nutrients and flavor, leaving your little one with healthy habits they will take with
them throughout life. We all want to give our children the best start possible. With limited time this can be difficult.
Please join Lacey Neely (Working Mom/ Gardner) to learn quick and simple ways to give your baby a healthy start.
Saturday, August 17, 2013, Walking tour of the Apples, Pears and Muscadines,- Dr. Arlie Powell
Sunday, September 15, 2013, Walking Tour of the Golden Kiwi 1:00pm - Dr. Arlie Powell
Sunday, October 6, 2013, 2:00pm Walking Tour of the Oriental Persimmons - Dr. Arlie Powell
Sunday, October 27, 2013, 2:00pm Walking Tour of the Citrus - Dr. Arlie Powell
Saturday, December 7, 9:00am-5:00pm and Sunday December 8, 2013, 1:00pm-5:00pm
Christmas Open House