Dahlias Are Back in Full Bloom at Tavern Garden Market

Bountiful dahlias in a kaleidoscope of colors have a commanding presence at Greenwich Historical Society’s Tavern Garden Market.

Fresh from the Hudson Valley’s renowned flower experts Bear Creek Farms, the rare and luminous dahlias can be ordered in advance and through a special partnership with the Farm.

Tavern Garden Market consultant Meredith Geller and Historical Society Special Events Director Daniel Suozzo enjoy Bear Creek Farm’s dahlias. Photo: Laura McCormick

A portion of the proceeds support Historical Society programming.

The final two Tavern Garden Markets of the season are Wednesday, October 4 and Wednesday October 18, from 10:00am – 2:00pm, rain or shine in the Historical Society’s lobby and historic gardens.

Visitors can browse and shop an abundant selection of locally sourced farm-to-table produce, prepared foods, baked goods, seasonal flowers, and distinctive, one-of-a-kind accessories and crafts.

Renowned wellness and lifestyle experts will offer insights and advice for personal enrichment at Morning Market Talks, prior to Market opening at no charge, from 9:30 – 10:00 am.

  • October 4: Discovering the Power of Our Home and Wellness Connection 

    Research proves that our home environment has a huge influence on our health and well-being. Krista Fox, Founder and Creative Director of Krista Fox Interiors, will tell us how to be mindful of how homes and surroundings influence our energy and creativity, and how to create homes and environments that will inspire our lives. For more information and to register: https://greenwichhistory.org/event/home-wellness-connection/

  • October 18: Fall Fermentation / Nourish: Plant-Based Recipes to Feed Body Mind and Soul TAVERN GARDEN MARKETS

Hear best-selling cookbook author Terry Walters as she introduces her new book NOURISH – Plant-based recipes to feed body mind and soul. Walters will offer inspirational tips for making probiotic rich-fermented foods based on the 200 all plant-based recipes in her book, which will be available following her talk. For more information and to register: https://greenwichhistory.org/event/nourish-recipes/

Greenwich Historical Society is located at 47 Strickland Rd., Cos Cob.

For additional information, including the list of Tavern Garden Market vendors, click here.