Lyme Flower Arrangement Class

Joanie Fisler, of Best Buds Flower Farm in Lyme, trims marigolds before leading her Designing with Farm Flowers class, for New London County Adult Education Programs, Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at her farm in Lyme. Course participants learn how to cut flowers and greenery and arrange them in a vase. Wednesday was the last class in a series that took place once a month for four months. The farm also offers other courses. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy reprints
Joanie Fisler, center, of Best Buds Flower Farm, talks to her students, Andrea Menard, left, of Cromwell, and Cynthia Paolillo, of Old Lyme, among the zinnias during her Designing with Farm Flowers class, for the programs of adult education from around New County London, Wednesday September 14, 2022, at his Lyme farm. Course participants learned how to cut flowers and greenery and arrange them in a vase. Wednesday was the last class in a series that took place once a month for four months. The farm also offers other courses. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy reprints
Joanie Fisler, left, of Best Buds Flower Farm in Lyme shares a laugh with her students as she demonstrates how to create a flower arrangement in a vase during her designing class with farm flowers, for education programs of adults in New London County on Wednesday, September 1. 14, 2022, at his farm in Lyme. Course participants learn how to cut flowers and greenery and arrange them in a vase. Wednesday was the last class in a series that took place once a month for four months. The farm also offers other courses. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy reprints
Jenell Janes, from Old Lyme, carries a bucket of the zinnias she has just cut while picking flowers for her arrangement while attending the Designing with Farm Flowers class, for New London County Adult Education Programs , on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at Best Flower Bud Farm in Lyme. Farm owner Joanie Fisler taught the students how to cut flowers and greenery and how to arrange them in a vase. Wednesday was the last class in a series that took place once a month for four months. The farm also offers other courses. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy reprints
A flower arrangement in progress by Jenell Janes, not pictured, of Old Lyme, as she gathers more flowers for her arrangement while attending the Designing with Farm Flowers course, for New London County Adult Education Programs , Wednesday, September 14, 2022 , at Best Buds Flower Farm in Lyme. Farm owner Joanie Fisler taught the students how to cut flowers and greenery and how to arrange them in a vase. Wednesday was the last class in a series that took place once a month for four months. The farm also offers other courses. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy reprints

Joanie Fisler of Best Buds Flower Farm worked on Wednesday with students taking her Farmhouse Flower Design course at her Lyme farm.

Course participants learned how to cut flowers and greenery and arrange them in a vase. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Terisa K. Carn