Feel the fresh, crisp morning air on your arms, the warm Colorado sun on your face.  Breathe in deeply as you inhale the delicate scents of our just-picked flowers.  Let your eyes guide you to the color palette that is all you. Classes at our Colorado flower farm will indulge all your senses as you reconnect with nature, cutting the flowers you choose and arranging them with the farmer who grew them from seed to vase.  Each flower arranging class is 1.5-2 hours long unless otherwise stated.

Coffee and beverages made from ingredients from our Colorado flower farm are included in each class. 

We have made changes to our summer 2020 class schedule based on COVID-19 response and safety precautions.  Classes will now be held in the evenings to allow us to arrange in the open air field and allow for greater distance. Masks will be required when within 6 feet of other participants.  Class size is capped at 12 attendees.  If a class you are registered for is cancelled due to changes in the coronavirus pandemic, no refunds will be offered, but we will provide you flowers to bring home and we will provide instruction via Zoom.


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flower farming 101

Join us for this full-day intensive program that will give you all the information you need to get started with your own small flower farm or cut flower garden. This 8-hour course takes place on the farm and goes in depth into planning, planting, seed starting (for large quantities), business and marketing considerations, and much more.


Space is very limited for this intensive course, so book now!

September 5


the hand-tied bouquet 

The classic hand-tied bouquet can be used for centerpieces or for bridal party bouquets, as well as making wonderful gifts.  In this class, you will get to choose from the wide variety of flowers on the farm to create your own unique creation to take home.  We will teach you the trick to creating this style as well as tips for creating lasting arrangements.

August 1


foraged flower bouquets

This unique class at the farm combines foraged elements from our woods with cut flowers from the field for a modern, natural centerpiece. We will spend time in both the woods and the field foraging items before returning to the barn to create unique arrangements together. 

August 29


planning & planting a cut flower garden

This 3-hour class will go over how to start your own cut flower garden!  From siting your garden, to choosing the best cut flowers, to dirt, weeds, and pests...join us as we talk and learn about how to keep your vases full all summer! 

August 22, September 26


night on the flower farm


A unique date that will let you enjoy the fresh evening air on our beautiful Colorado flower farm.  You will get free reign to meander our farm and enjoy the outdoors, pick flowers from the field, and create a large, lush centerpiece together. 


This class also includes free glass of wine and other light refreshments. 

July 11, August 8


low centerpieces

A low centerpiece overflows with beauty and elegance, and can serve as the perfect table setting for any event from a formal dinner to a casual brunch.  Low centerpieces utilize more flowers than a typical centerpiece to create fullness.  In this class, you will learn to create the foundation for a low centerpiece. 

Includes vase and framework for a low centerpiece.

July 12


flower field yoga

Take a moment. Breathe in the fresh, cool evening air.  Listen to the bees humming as they finish their day's work, settling in to sleep on the gently nodding blossoms that surround you as you relax into your yoga mat. Our flower field yoga series, taught by Misty Leiter of Misty Mountain Yoga, will help you ground yourself and reestablish your earthly connection.  There are five dates offered, and space is limited.


A farm tour will be included, and fresh-cut flowers will be available for purchase following your yoga session! 100% of the proceeds from our yoga classes will be donated to Big Green, an organization that is working toward building a national school food culture that promotes youth wellness by connecting kids to real food through a network of Learning Gardens and food literacy programs.

Multiple Dates


lush bridal bouquets

Want to learn to create those lushly gorgeous bouquets featured in bridal magazines? This is the class for you! We will go over the best and worst flowers for bridal bouquets, the technique of building and tying bouquets, and then you’ll create your own work of art!


August 15


dahlia celebration

Flower lovers live for the end of the summer, when dahlias are blooming large and dominating arrangements.  This class will let you use as many of our stunning dahlias as makes your heart happy in a hand-tied bouquet or centerpiece arrangement.

September 19



2440 Iris Street

Lakewood, CO 80215

(720) 319-0243

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