OPEN STUDIO, CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS:
The Classic Garden is busier than ever with a wide variety of classes being offered for all ages. For details on all classes, see posters at the bottom of this page. Be sure to give us a call if there is a class or an artist you would like us to bring to Birtle.
To be notified of classes, workshops and events as soon as they are announced, email to email@example.com and ask to be added to our email distribution list. You can also “like” and follow us on facebook. Sometimes things are posted there a little sooner than on this page.
PLANT ORDERS: Bulbs for Fall 2018 / Trees, Shrubs, Perennials for Spring 2019 :
The Classic Garden bulb sale is closed. Blubs will arrive in time for fall planting.
Trees, Shrubs, Perennials: If you are looking for something in particular, avoid disappointment by lettinh us know and we can reserve it NOW for delivery with our spring order. A more detailed order form will be available in spring although some of the most in demand (and especially new items that have limited production) become sold out. To place a fall order, contact Shonda or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For info on the spring plant sale, contact any committee member (Val Thomson, Shirley Barteaux, Pat Farquhar, Shonda Ashcroft). Cheques for all plant orders will not be cashed until plants are delivered and available for pick up at The Centre in Birtle.
For a list of plants for fall delivery, you can view the catalogues by clicking here. Spring prices are not yet available.
Thanks to all shoppers and vendors for your support of the Country Markets at The Centre. They have finished for this year but we plan to host them again in 2019 – perhaps beginning in June depending on the season. These will again be Rain or Shine events – held outdoors but moving inside in case of inclement weather. We invite vendors to call for more info or to book a table ($15).
RETAIL ITEMS ALL YEAR ROUND:
For details, see the Gift Shop page.
Note: proceeds of all special events, sales and plant sales go to cover the operations and renovations of The Centre, home of The Classic Garden.