2017 Talk & Tea Reservation Form
Please use this form to reserve a spot for you and, if you wish, a guest. Our presentations are FREE, but because space is limited we ask that you make a reservation only IF YOU ARE SURE TO ATTEND. We want to ensure that we can provide as many seats as possible to those who wish to be there. If you have questions, please call our shop at 651-436-8080 or email us at info@squirehousegardens.com. Thanks!
Saturday, April 1 & Sunday, April 2: New & Exciting Plants 2017
3 sessions of 'New & Exciting Plants 2017' are planned:
SORRY ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
WE HAVE A FEW OPENINGS Sunday 4/2/17 • PLEASE CALL THE STORE 651-436-8080
Saturday 4/1/17 • 1 p.m. is full; Saturday 4/1/17 • 3 p.m. is full;
Sunday 4/2/17 • 1 p.m. session almost full, limited seats available PLEASE CALL 651-436-8080
Plant list handouts will be provided to attendees and we will be selling discount nursery vouchers that can be used towards future plant purchases in the nursery. Bring a friend! Complimentary tea will be served.

Our presentations are free, but because space is limited we ask that you make a reservation only IF YOU ARE SURE TO ATTEND. We want to ensure that we can provide as many seats as possible to those who wish to be there. Thank you very much! www.squirehousegardens.com 651-436-8080

Be inspired with a preview presentation of featured plants we will be selling in our nursery this season including NEW peonies, perennials, special selected introductions, annual flowers and edible veggies and herbs– presented by landscape designer and gardener Martin Stern.

SHOP PLANTS AT SQUIRE HOUSE GARDENS! We choose the very best local and regional plant offerings and Squire House has been growing perennials for the northern midwest climate for over 25 years. We know what works (and what does not.) Our goal is to share our horticultural enthusiasm with YOU. We will help you make good plant choices– for a big garden, a small garden, container plantings or a patio garden. Visit our plant nursery and tour our gardens this season.

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