Thursday, October 05, 2006

It's pumpkin time at COHN-STONE STUDIOS!

I want to go!

(photo and announcement from Cohn-Stone website)

You are invited to visit our Garden Showroom and Glass Blowing Studio
THREE WEEKENDSOctober 14-15October 21-22October 28-2910am - 5pm

A most unusual Pumpkin Patch with hundreds of colors, shapes and sizes of Hand Blown Glass Pumpkins and Squash Miniatures to Giants in fantasy forms guaranteed to enchant your home or garden.

Plus - Glass Acorns, Pomegranates, Fire, Vases, Bowls, Paperweights, and more...
Glass Blowing Demonstrations - Hot Apple Cider and Cookies too.

At this event we will feature our experimental pieces, prototypes, color tests, discontinued pieces, and lots of

Unique and unusual pieces - you must attend the event to purchase - no phone orders.

560 South 31st Street
Richmond, California 84804
Phone 510-234-9690

From San Francisco take either the Bay Bridge or the San Rafael Bridge and follow directions below:

From Berkeley or Marin County take Hwy 580 to Richmond and Exit at Regatta Blvd. turn left onto Erlandson/Regatta Street and continue to the corner of South 31 st Street.

From Sacramento take Hwy 80 West, exit Cutting Blvd, turn Right onto Cutting and then left onto South 31 st Street.

Within Richmond South 31 st Street is off of Cutting Blvd


  1. Anonymous2:48 PM

    Wow. Those are really nice.

  2. Aren't they? I've seen knockoffs, but these are the most beautiful glass pumpkins, etc. that I've seen.

  3. I was wondering if you have any experience with planting tulip bulbs in Sacramento? I live in El Doroado Hills and I bought some beautiful bulbs, but not sure if I should put them in the frig for a few weeks before I plant, and what is the best time to plant. Also got Daffodils, but I planted them last year without cooling first, and they came up nicely. Any tips would be appreciated from a fellow local gardener.