PlantFest Silent Auction

This year we are excited to offer a special selection of one of a kind experiences and unique items in our silent auction. Bid on these unique experiences during “First Pick” Friday night, or, if you can’t wait you can claim them now! Here is a preview of what will be available:

Private Dinner for 6-8 in Local Picturesque Barn

Bid on a summertime gourmet dinner in a 100-year-old barn that has been the setting for Gourmet Magazine and Garnet Hill catalogue photo-shoots. This historic barn overlooks a magnificent meadow that is nestled between a bucolic horse farm and Teatown’s Stayback Hill trail. This hosted dining experience will include everything from hors d’oeuvres to dinner and dessert, served with complementary wines and beverages. Mutually convenient date to be determined.

Botanic Inspired Stoneware Platter

by local artist Kerry Goldberg

Croton ceramic artist and longtime Teatown educational programs volunteer Kerry Goldberg finds inspiration in the woods and in her garden. This beautiful 14”x14” platter with its embedded sycamore leaf was set with slip, bisque-fired and glazed. Dishwasher and microwave-safe.

The Flowerhouse 10547

Six Weeks of Local Fresh-Cut Flower Bouquets

Are you looking for a chance to support local organic growers and receive beautiful flowers every week for your home?  Whether for you or as a gift for someone special, look no further than a Cut-Flower CSA subscription with The Flowerhouse10547 at Anther Farm, 1225 White Hill Road in Yorktown Heights.

Enjoy large bouquets of organically grown local blooms that reflect the best of each week. 

A wonderful Mother’s Day Gift that keeps on giving!

Private Tour of Wildflower Island

with Teatown’s expert curator, Mathew McDowell

Come see why Wildflower Island is considered the jewel of Teatown and why the Garden Conservancy includes it every year in its Open Days Directory.  Home to over 280 species of native wildflowers, trees, shrubs, ferns, grasses and sedges, the island is protected from deer, beavers and invasive species and is a pristine sanctuary and native woodland paradise. A one to two-hour guided tour with refreshments to follow. Tour is limited to 6 people.


More to come!