Friday June 19, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM PDT
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California Pajarosa 
133 Hughes Road
Watsonville, CA 95076

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Kathleen Williford, Event Coordinator
California Cut Flower Commission 

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Field to Vase Dinner  |  Monterey Bay


Picture yourself surrounded by the romantic charm and exquisite beauty of  luxury roses growing in the greenhouses at California Pajarosa Floral.

The classic American-grown rose will be the centerpiece of the third "Field to Vase" dinner on June 19, 2015. Who wouldn't want to dine in the company of such beautiful California-grown flowers?

For more than 30 years, California Pajarosa Floral has been a leading American specialty cut rose farm, strategically situated on 55 acres in Watsonville, at the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains, where the coastal microclimate is ideal for growing roses all year long.

California Pajarosa Floral's garden roses

California Pajarosa Floral's talented growers specialize in producing an incredible selection of rose types -- including hybrid roses, sweetheart roses, spray roses, garden roses and other varieties -- in a true rainbow of petal colors. Together, these blooms will set the mood for one of the most unique dinner settings you will ever experience.

We're eager to see you at the Field to Vase Dinner at California Pajarosa Floral -- where the fresh roses and other locally-grown flowers will share the table with a delicious meal.

Each guest will enjoy a gourmet, four-course farm-to-fork style meal, sip beverages with a distinct local pedigree, and take home a floral arrangement as a symbolic memento of the evening's theme:  Celebrating American Grown Flowers.

Guest designer Teresa Sabankaya, Bonny Doon Garden Co. We're delighted to announce that Teresa Sabankaya of Santa Cruz-based Bonny Doon Garden Co. will be the event's guest designer.

A longtime floral design customer of California Pajarosa Floral, Teresa values the selection and freshness of locally-grown roses for her retail and wedding clients. We can't wait to see what she creates for this very special venue.

Guest chef Tanya DeCell of Original Sin Desserts & Catering, of Soquel, promises to delight the palates of diners with a menu fitting for the evening's emphasis on local agriculture. 

 You won't want to miss this celebration of flowers, food, friendship -- and a focus on local agriculture in our community.

Follow your flowers from the fields and greenhouses to the vases on our table! Only a limited number of seats are left - so save yours now!

I can't wait to see you at the table in the beautiful world of California-grown roses.


Kathleen Williford, Event & Floral Designer
California Cut Flower Commission