Join me in supporting this worthy cause at my Open Studio Event with a purchase of Pinchbeck Roses or a small donation to the fund...
In their own words...
At Roses for Autism we believe the window of opportunity for learning is always open. We assist each individual in putting his or her talents to work by teaching an array of transferable skills including:
- Flexible thinking
- Organization and planning
- Technical jobs skills like growing, cutting, packing and delivery
- Marketing job skills such as database management, web development and accounting
- Social skills and relationship building
Keeping the Last Rose Farm in New England Alive – Roses for Autism resides at Pinchbeck Rose Farm in the quaint town of Guilford, Connecticut. Established in 1929 by William Pinchbeck, Pinchbeck Rose Farm was once the largest rose farm in the United States boasting and expansive 150,000 square feet of greenhouse space. Our head grower, Tom Pinchbeck, brings years of experience to the operation and maintains the highest quality standards for our roses. With 16 varieties and 3 grades of roses, we will sell over 1 million roses this year