Early planning is part of the horticulture process. Plants must be ordered in the winter months for spring deliveries, and evergreens must be ordered in autumn for winter pickups.
And, as much as you try to plan ahead, there will always be things you don’t expect which may cause your plans to not go exactly according to plan, but you adjust, correct, and move on.
On my recently submitted evergreens order for the upcoming December class on making holiday creations with fresh evergreens, there is a disclaimer on the bottom of the confirmation form which reads:
“Prices are from current inventory and WILL change due to availability, season, and any other act of God.”
Can you imagine if this disclaimer was on your plant tag or pot when you buy a plant at a garden center? Imagine the response!
But I so get what this company is saying – and, they say it like it is.
My planning began this month for a Cathy T Class being offered in December. It is the 5th Annual Kissing Balls and Evergreen Holiday Creations Class, and it is fun, popular, and worth every bit of planning.
This post is to provide my blog followers with a heads-up that the class is on the calendar. If you wish to sign-up, which is recommended to do early for seats fill up quickly, see the menu bar above, Cathy T Classes.
When you click on the menu’s option, a drop down list appears with two options for this winter class. One is the “contact form” to sign up, the other provides more details about the class with photos of the items you can make.
As for now, this is all you need to know if you are interested in signing up today to save the date on your holiday calendar.
As soon as you are “in,” more information on the amazing variety of evergreens is provided along with complete details about this class scheduled on December 6th, 2014 – the first Saturday in December.
By the way, we have three “premium” evergreens added this year, which are new for this year’s class! As well as the usual mix of eleven other types of FRESH evergreens.
That is right – a total of 14 varieties of beautiful evergreens to use when you make your holiday creation as an attendee at this Cathy T Class.
You won’t find this elsewhere, I guarantee it – Unless, of course, there is an act of God.