WORKSHOPS & EVENTS

Experiences that Inspire

We draw on the singular beauty of nature to create experiences that inspire tranquility and contentment. Each month, our talented team hosts interactive gardening workshops and social events designed to nurture creativity and engage our community. Members of our team are also available to host private classes in gardening, pot arranging and more. However you choose to join us, you are sure to leave refreshed and re-energized.

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Herbaceous Cocktails By Sartorial Host Matthew Tsang

Mar 26, 2020|Garden House

Sartorial Host Matthew Tsang will teach you how to create herbaceous cocktails infused with garden herbs like rosemary and lavender from your backyard.

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Bespoke Spring Centerpieces

Mar 26, 2020|Stone House Garden Hall

Create an impressive, long-lasting spring bulb centerpiece.

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Spring Market Days

April 25, May 30|Garden House

Thompson + Hanson Garden House is thrilled to host Market Day in our lovely village of shops, restaurant and bakery in the heart of Austin.

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Garden Walks

Saturday mornings in April and May|Stone House Nursery

Join our horticulture experts for a complimentary interactive walking tour of The Garden.

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To our customers and communities,

These are uncharted territories we are living in. Each day arrives with a new set of circumstances, which we are all adjusting to. It is our hope and intention to respond appropriately, respecting the magnitude of the situation, while keeping in line with who we are as a Company, and who we are to our customers.

We understand many of our community members are keeping close to home these days; nesting and gardening are now common acts of everyday, as surrounding oneself with beauty (of nature) has an almost calming, reassuring effect. To you, our gates and services currently remain open. Let’s be wise and calm and trust that this too shall pass.

Suitable precautions will be taking place while we continue to operate, with health and safety as a priority.