Bay of Fundy Botanical Casting Adventure



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Savour the season and its abundance overlooking the iconic Bay of Fundy with this guided, botanical-casting adventure at Two-Birds One Stone flower farm. Explore the gardens and working farm, harvest botanicals for your very own stone casting, and enjoy a seasonal lunch on-site before taking your masterpiece home with you.

Experience Highlights:

  • Be welcomed by Bay of Fundy views, fresh air and the small flock of free-range chickens, ducks, and guinea fowl at the farm.
  • Enjoy tea and snacks upon arrival.
  • Tour the working flower farm and century-built barn where you’ll hear more about what’s in season and what it’s like growing over 100 varieties of flowers in Nova Scotia!
  • All tools and materials provided to gather botanicals and create your own casting including a harvest basket and clippers for use on the farm.
  • Savour a delicious, seasonal lunch provided by Dickie Baxter’s Bistro while your work of art sets. Please let us know of any dietary restrictions or sensitivities when booking.


Two Birds One Stone Flower Farm: 3442 NS-359, Centreville, NS

2024 Dates:

  • August 11
  • September 15


9am - 1pm

Price: Starting at $145.00 per person + HST + booking fees. Includes Two-Birds One Stone Farm tour, guided hands-on botanical casting experience, and lunch.

Check availability and book your experience HERE.

Good to Know:

  • This experience is approximately four hours in length.
  • Experience is recommended for ages 14+
  • Wear comfortable shoes as we'll be walking around the farm which has some uneven terrain.
  • Wear something you don't mind getting dirty. Nothing we're using will stain, but if you're going out after you may consider bringing an apron.
  • Dress for the weather or in layers, but keep in mind it's often cooler here as we're at a higher elevation from the Valley and have coastal breezes. The Barn is not heated.
  • Wear SPF and a hat as there's not much shade in the garden.
  • Water is also available on-site so feel free to bring your own water bottle.
Sarah and Kenny Macalpine

Sarah and Kenny are first generation farmers who quit their jobs and sold their house in the suburbs to grow flowers instead.  They design flowers for weddings, attend farmers' markets, offer bouquet subscriptions as well as host experiences.  Their farming philosophy is rooted in sustainability as they grow everything organically and are committed to responsibly stewarding their acreage.  Sarah says her favourite flower depends on the season; Fancy daffodils in the spring, peonies in June, foxglove in the summer months and dahlias in the fall.  Kenny also has a hard time narrowing it now, and says his top three are nigella, strawflowers and speciality tulips.