This year, there’s no need to wring your hands about what to give your valentine. Thanks to the American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour, your Valentine’s Day date night is solved!
Share an experience of a lifetime by bringing your valentine to enjoy the 15 acres of flowers at Len Busch Roses where you’ll find greenhouses bursting with color and fragrance, and rows upon rows of potted blooming plants, tulips, lilies, alstroemeria, gerbera, snapdragon, calla lily, delphinium, freesia, statice and stephanotis.
Len Busch Roses is a flower-lover’s paradise, and our Field to Vase Dinner (F2V) guests will experience the glorious blooms those greenhouses contain in Plymouth, Minnesota, on Saturday, March 11.
As one of only a handful of rose growers in the United States, the farmers at Len Busch Roses know a lot about the national flower of the U.S., after all, they’ve been growing them for nearly a century. Flower farmer Patrick Busch will be your host for this evening full of incredible floral designs, local artisanal food and lively conversation around American Grown Flowers.
Award-winning floral designer and educator Sandy Schroeck will be creating the floral designs for the dinner using fresh-picked flowers from the farm. Not only is Sandy passionate about creating beautiful floral designs, she’s passionate about sharing her knowledge with fellow flower enthusiasts. As a special treat, she is offering a floral design workshop focused on wedding designs on March 12. Seating is limited, so if you would like to participate, you can add the workshop to your American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour experience.
This year, NEW to the American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour, we’ll be offering an hour-long VIP Farm Tour, exclusive to 40 guests who want to get a personalized tour of this beautiful Certified American Grown flower farm. This private tour will be led by farm host Patrick Busch who will take you through multiple greenhouses where you’ll learn about the eco-friendly way he heats his greenhouses and how he produces a staggering 7 million stems and potted plants a year for happy customers.
Guests at the Plymouth dinner will enjoy a modern take on American cuisine using local, organic ingredients prepared by Common Roots Catering, a local favorite known for creating food with character worthy of celebrations and special events. Common Roots Catering sources food directly from local farmers raising animals for meat and dairy in a sustainable way.
Join the American Grown Field to Vase Dinner Tour for a fragrance-filled night at Len Busch Roses in Plymouth, Minnesota, on Saturday, March 11 from 5–8 p.m. Tickets are going fast. Save your seat today!