Building a miniature ship inside a bottle is impressive, but not as impressive as forging a giant glass shell around yourself and waiting for your family to come home and find you. Do something crafty with this Groupon.
- $30 for a Valentine's Day–themed wreath-making class ($60 value)
During each class—which lasts a little over one hour—students make one 8-inch Valentine's Day–themed wreath from grapevine with lavender greens, or boxwood. They also make a a herbal bath bag and a heart-shaped lavender sachet, and take home a lavender tea blend in a heart-shaped tin.
Choose a 10 a.m., noon, or 2 p.m. class on one of the following dates:
- Saturday, January 25
- Sunday, January 26
- Saturday, February 1
- Sunday, February 2
- Saturday, February 8
- Sunday, February 9
Seven Oaks Lavender Farm
Taking time to stop and smell the flowers has never paid off better than it does at Seven Oaks Lavender Farm. Co-owned by the mother-daughters team of Edith, Deborah, and Dianne, the farm occupies more than an acre of land and in the summer season is sprinkled with purple lavender and other flowers. Set back from the rustic and perfumed fields, their Lavender Shop houses myriad floral products, many of which are made by the Seven Oaks ladies themselves. Visitors can pick up soaps, jellies, certified-organic teas, and candles that all bear a fragrant, lavender aroma. In addition to its everyday operations, the farm also hosts events that include fall festivals, wreath-making classes, and lessons on using lavender garlands to ward off possessed grandmothers.
92% of 60 customers recommend
“Great place, excellent class, super-nice teachers - especially Grandma!!”
“I am so grateful I came upon this Groupon deal, which introduced me to the charming Seven Oaks Lavender Farm! I wish I had known of its existence years ago! The...”
“I am so grateful I came upon this Groupon deal, which introduced me to the charming Seven Oaks Lavender Farm! I wish I had known of its existence years ago! The warmth and hospitality I felt the moment I walked into the lavender store was palpable. Edie and her daughter Deb offered us hot (and delicious) lavender mint tea and gingerbead cookies with lavender cream cheese frosting and shared their knowledge of all things lavender. I thoroughly enjoyed making the lavender sachets, room sprays and wreath. Creative and clever lavender products lined the room and my afternoon came to a close as a satisfied customer and an eager to return fan. :) Thank you for such a wonderful experience!”
“Great people and had a great experience”