2020 Hostess Spots are now available
Potting Party Open House tickets are now available.
You may be wondering,
What is a potting party?
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What is a potting Party?
A potting party is where customers come to plant their spring, fall, and winter planters. Customers bring their empty planter and can choose from a variety of plants to place in their container. Sandy Ridge Farms will keep your spring planter and help it grow by watering and fertilizing them until they are ready for pick up usually by Mother’s Day. Fall and Winter parties customers are able to take their planter home that night.
How much is it?
Costs vary depending on the type of plants that you pick out. There are different plant types Fillers, Thrillers, and Spillers. Each type of plant is meant to do something different in your container and is priced accordingly. Depending on the size of the planter; an average 13”planter starts at $25. The benefit of planting your own containers is that you wont have the same Hanging Basket or planter as everyone else does from the local shops. Your planter is unique to you. We also have a few empty containers here that you can purchase as well if you need new ones.
Can you plant my containers for me?
We sure can. Starting Fall 2019 you can set up an appointment to drop off your containers and have one of our expert designers help you design your containers for Spring. We will walk you thru the plants that are best suited for Sun or Shade, and talk about what color combinations you are interested in. We will store your empty containers thru the winter months, plant them for you according to what you and your designer came up with. Then in May you can pick up your beautiful containers.
If you would like to host a party of your own give us a call. We are looking at Spring 2020!
Also, hostesses we would love to see some of the pictures you took during your parties. You might even see yourselves right here when you return. If you would like to share your pictures with us you can post them on our Annual Ambiance Facebook page.