Description & Pricing of all classes 2022

Please Note:  For Make and Take classes, the pictures shown are for inspirational purposes and may not depict exactly the final project components.

Registration is encouraged for all classes.  All Make and Take classes are by preregistration only, as we need to have enough materials for each participant.  Please call in to the Seasons Garden Center at 215.493.4226 to reserve your spot.  

Workshop (Activity)
Relax and Renew Yoga 
$15.00 (Yoga Card offer also available – 10 classes for $135.00)
Starting April 21st, 2022 – every Monday
6:00pm – 7:00pm

Unwind from your busy day with a gentle, slow paced yoga class.  Despite the slow pace, all major muscle groups will be challenged to encourage increased strength and flexibility.  Students will be guided through a warmup, slowly building warmth and strength in the body, and on to a cool down with a guided meditation period.  Space, both physically and mentally, will be facilitated to allow students to deepen their personal practice.  Beginners are warmly welcomed and encouraged.  Leave your worries behind.  Feel refreshed and invigorated to conquer the remainder of your week.

Instructor’s Bio:  Helen Hennessy has been an experienced fitness professional for over twenty years.  She is passionate to help clients achieve their fitness and wellness goals.  Both professionally and personally, she is constantly researching the most effective and proven techniques to reach optimal health.  She resides in New Jersey and enjoys reading, the great outdoors and her family.

 

Demonstration (Lecture, Make and Take) 
Topic: Allergy Relief with Essential Oils
Thursday, April 28th, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm
$40.00

Do seasonal allergies bother you?  Do you experience dry, scratchy eyes and throat or nasal congestion whenever the flowering trees show their beautiful colors, the grass gets mowed, or the leaves change color? This class will discuss essential oils basics and specifically mention what remedies they offer for seasonal change allergies.  You will make a roller bottle with essential oils to relieve your specific aliment.     

Instructor’s Bio:  Gwyn Duffy has been teaching about safe and effective uses of essential oils for five years and helping people find simple ways to incorporate them into their home and health care.  She teaches a Complimentary Natural Health course to nursing students at Gwynedd Mercy University.  She has worked with the Southampton Herb Club in their series about herbs as medicine.  She offers products and more information at www.OilsWithGywn.com

 

Workshop (Make and Take)

Go With the Flow Organic Style 
Wednesday, May 11th, 2022
6:00pm – 8:00pm
$120.00

Flowers naturally have such grace and movement. Why fight it when creating your floral designs?  Organic style allows us to embrace the natural textures, shapes and flow of the flowers.  Designing in a beautiful compote container, you will create your own lush floral, perfect to accent any dining room table or buffet.  We will be using an awesome mix of materials that will leave you appreciating the uniqueness of each flower.  Designers of all skill levels are welcome.  Fee includes all flowers, container and materials needed to create your floral arrangement.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff member, Deborah Pomroy, has been designing florals for over 35 years.  After owning her own floral shop for 17 years, Deborah moved on to wedding floral design ith Fabufloras in Philadelphia.  She is an Adjunct Professor at Mercer County Community College where she teaches the Floral Design program classes.  She has a BS In Ornamental Horticulture (Floriculture emphasis) with a Business minor from Delaware Valley University.

 

Demonstration (Watch, Learn and Activity)   

Herbal Oil Infusions for Skincare and Cooking 
Wednesday, May 18th, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm
$40.00

Joins us for an in-garden experience where you’ll learn about herbal oil infusions, which is a form of extraction using plants you can grow at home for wellness benefits, including skincare and healthy eating.  Explore the benefits of working with fresh and dried plant materials for a sustainable approach to well-being.   Learn about the world of traditional plant medicine.  Explore the aromas and flavors of herbs and learn about their histories and properties.  Also, during the workshop, you will make your own herbal oil blend to take home and use.  

Instructor’s Bio:  Lauren Lembo has been working with plants and fungi for over a decade.  She has completed certificate coursework in herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy through the University of Minnesota’s Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing Integrative Health and Medicine Specialty.  She is the owner of Blue Fox Botanicals www.bluefoxbotanicals.com a local grassroots herbal wellness company.  Lauren is a programs coordinator for the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission and a Registered Professional Archeologist.  She received a MA in Education from Central Michigan University, an MA in Anthropology from Monmouth University and a Certificate in Global Social Archeology from Kyusho University in Japan.  

 

Demonstration (Watch, Learn and Activity)

Creative Photo Walk with Brooke Straiton Photography
Sunday, May 22nd, 2022
9:00am – 11:00am
$40.00

Join this hands-on experience to walk the beautiful gardens, display areas and meadow area of Seasons Garden Center taking photos together.  Bring your own camera or cellphone.  You will learn professional tips on how to get a great photo no matter what equipment you are working with.  Participants of all skill levels are encouraged to join.

Instructor’s Bio: Brooke Straiton is a professional portrait photographer based in Bucks County.  Her work has been featured in numerous international publications and on the covers of local Yardley Living and Newtown Neighbors magazines.  Her work can be viewed at www. brookestraiton.com.

 

Healthy Living Demonstration (Garden Tour, Learn and Taste)

Garden Party
Wednesday, May 25th, 2022
7:00pm – 8:30pm
$80.00

 

Join us for a memorable evening with Chef Kim.  The evening will start on the patio with cocktails (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and snacks, all made using and showcasing spring herbs and vegetables growing in the garden.  Chef Kim will then take everyone on a tour of the garden, discussing new and unusual ways to use herbs and vegetables in their cooking.  It will be a fun, light, interactive tour with lots of opportunities to ask questions, touch and smell the plants to learn where familiar flavors come from.  We will finish the tour back on the patio for a quick, sweet bite while we enjoy the sunset!

Instructor’s Bio:  Kimberly Quay is a classically trained Chef, graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, NY.  She trained in fine dining restaurants during the “Restaurant Renaissance” in Philadelphia during the 1990’s.  She transitioned those skills to open her own “Prepared Foods To-Go” shop, and later a bustling restaurant in Morrisville, PA.  Comfortfood and Kitchenette has been in it’s current location for 10+ years, recently riding the wave of the pandemic.  Chef Kim now spends her time running the behind the scenes instead of behind the stove.  She’s keeping her passion alive with the restaurant and is expanding the brand to include sales of vintage housewares, clothing and plants.  For more information visit www.comfortfoodmadewithlove.com

 

 

Demonstration (Watch and Learn)

Topic: Spring Cleaning with Norwex
Tuesday, May 24, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Free Class

Class description coming soon…

Instructor’s Bio:  Theresa Walsh

 

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Take)
Vivid Veggie Container Gardening
Sunday, May 29th, 2022
1:00pm – 3:00pm
$110.00

Create a beautiful container garden with edible plants.  This fully functioning container will provide you with gorgeous color and yummy food.  Learn to choose the perfect plants and combos to create a long lasting container with stunning plants and herbs that you can eat.  We will also discuss organic care and feeding of edible containers.  Each workshop participant will create their own edible garden to take home and enjoy.  Fees include lecture and all plants, container and materials needed to create garden.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff Member, Kelly Thompson, is a published garden journalist and Master Gardener.  She specializes in vibrant container gardens and small garden design.  She enjoys a plant based lifestyle with a focus on protecting and preserving the environment.  Accolades include awards from The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Rutgers University.  Her home has been on numerous garden tours in New Jersey.

 

Demonstration (Lecture, Make and Take)

Essential Oils for Pets
Sunday, June 5th, 2022
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Class description coming soon…

Instructor’s Bio:  Gwyn Duffy has been teaching about safe and effective use of essential oils for five years by helping people find simple ways to incorporate them into their home and health care.  She teaches a Complimentary Natural Health course to nursing students at Gwynedd Mercy University.   She has worked with the Southampton Herb Club in their series about herbs as medicine.  She offers products and more information at www.OilsWithGywn.com

 

Workshop (Lecture, Nature Walk, Make and Take)
Botanical Printing and Dyeing 
$155.00 
Saturday, June 25th & Sunday, October 16th, 2022
10:00am – 3:00pm
optional box lunch available for $20.00

Botanical natural dyeing is the process of embedding botanical “stamps” directly from plant material into fabric or paper.  Working with natural elements such as leaves, blossoms, berries, vegetables and bark, you will design and dye your own silk scarf .  As you are waiting for the materials to process, the instructor will guide you on a nature walk to discuss the dyeing characteristics of different types of natural materials.  Students are encouraged to collect and flatten botanicals prior to the workshop.   We will break for lunch.  (Feel free to pack a lunch or an optional preordered box lunch is available.)

Instructor’s Bio:  Kathleen Lang is known for her environmentally conscious approach to the creation of fine art prints on paper and eco-printing on textiles.  She owns and operates the organic imprint studio, The Wearable Garden.  She has been teaching workshop in various art forms for over fifteen years at such prestigious venues as Grounds for Sculpture and Artists of Yardley.

 

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Take)

Bloomin’ for Butterflies
$145.00
Sunday, June 26th, 2022
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Pollinators transfer pollen from plant to plant to allow for seed and fruit production.  This program is all about our favorite pollinators, the butterflies.  You will learn about which plant materials are the favorite pollen sources for our local butterflies.  You will create your own meadow container garden filled with an assortment of plants to attract beneficial pollinators and hummingbirds in your yard.  Adults and teenagers are welcomed to join in on this program.  Fees include lecture and all plants, container and materials needed to make garden.

(Workshop) Instructor’s Bio:  Staff Member, Kelly Thompson, is a published garden journalist and Master Gardener.  She specializes in vibrant container gardens and small garden design.  She enjoys a plant based lifestyle with a focus on protecting and preserving the environment.  Accolades include awards from The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Rutgers University.  Her home has been on numerous garden tours in New Jersey.

 

Workshop (Make and Take)
Lushly Lavender
$120.00
Wednesday, June 29th, 2022
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Purple is the color of Passion.  For over 2500 years, the Lavender plant has been known for it’s fragrance.  This lush floral arrangement will combine the scent of fresh Lavender with other purple passion inspired blooms to create a truly regal piece.   We will include a brief walk through our educational garden to harvest some fresh Lavender.  Join us on this summer night to smell the flowers.  Designers of all skill levels are welcome.  Fee includes all flowers, container and materials needed to create your floral arrangement.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff member, Deborah Pomroy, has been designing florals for over 35 years.  After owning her own floral shop for 17 years, Deborah moved on to wedding floral design for Fabufloras in Philadelphia.  She is an Adjunct Professor at Mercer County Community College where she teaches the Floral Design program classes.  She has a BS In Ornamental Horticulture (Floriculture emphasis) with a Business minor from Delaware Valley University.

 

Demonstration (Watch, Learn and Activity)
Herbal Tea: Fresh Garden Blends 
$40.00
Wednesday, July 20th, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm

Join us for a garden experience where you will learn about herbal tea blends.   Using plants you can grow at home, we will discuss teas with wellness benefits including relaxation, mood elevation, digestion and immune support.  Explore the aromas and flavors of medicinal plants and learn about their histories and properties.  At the end of the workshop, you will take home your own handmade herbal blend.

Instructor’s Bio:  Lauren Lembo has been working with plants and fungi for over a decade.  She has completed certificate coursework in herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy through the University of Minnesota’s Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing Integrative Health and Medicine Specialty.  She is the owner of Blue Fox Botanicals www.bluefoxbotanicals.com a local grassroots herbal wellness company.  Lauren is a programs coordinator for the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission and a Registered Professional Archeologist.  .  She received at MA in Education from Central Michigan University, an MA in Anthropology from Monmouth University and a Certificate in Global Social Archeology from Kyusho University in Japan .  

 

Workshop ( Lecture, Make and Take)

Advanced Botanical Printing & Dyeing/ Individual Projects
$155.00
Sunday, July 31st, 2022
10:00am – 3:00pm

Class description coming soon…

Instructor’s Bio:  Kathleen Lang is known for her environmentally conscious approach to the creation of fine art prints on paper and eco-printing on textiles.  She owns and operates the organic imprint studio, The Wearable Garden.  She has been teaching workshop in various art forms for over fifteen years at such prestigious venues as Grounds for Sculpture and Artists of Yardley.

 

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Take)
Natives Container Garden       
$145.00
Sunday, August 7th, 2022
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Native plants provide shelter for wildlife and support pollinators. Natives require much less watering, fertilizer and pesticides.  They can prevent water run off and improve air quality.  Extend your gardening season with colorful and flowering native plants that will give your garden extra life well into fall. Learn about natives and which grow well in container gardens.  In this workshop, create your own container garden full of beautiful natives for your home.  Teenagers and Adults are welcomed to join this program.  Fees include lecture and all plants, container and materials need to create planter.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff Member, Kelly Thompson, is a published garden journalist and Master Gardener.  She specializes in vibrant container gardens and small garden design.  She enjoys a plant based lifestyle with a focus on protecting and preserving the environment.  Accolades include awards from The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Rutgers University.  Her home has been on numerous garden tours in New Jersey.

 

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Take)
Bug Hotel or Mini Beast Mansion?
Saturday, August 14th, 2022
10:00am – 12:00pm

Even bugs need a home!  Welcome those beneficial pest-eaters to your garden with this awesome bug home.  As they say, “If you build it, they will come!”.  Learn about the benefits of attracting and keeping certain insects in your garden.  This is a family friendly activity so all of your family members can work together to make one bug hotel.  Fee includes all materials needed to create your very own bug hotel or mini beast mansion – what will you call yours?  

Instructor’s Bio:  Melissa Palmer is a Master Bee Keeper and Mason Bee Specialist.  She is a strong proponent for beneficial insects and lectures on the topic at Philadelphia Horticultural Society activities and the Philadelphia Flower Show.  She owns her own businesses,  Flowers and Petaling Posies, where she grows and designs cut flowers on her New jersey farm.

 

Lecture (Listen and Learn)
Mushrooms: Healthy Ecosystems & People 
$40.00
Saturday, August 30th, 2022
10:00am – 11:00am

Explore the primary mushroom species found within our region, including medicinal and edible species, and their studied benefits and uses in nutrition and healing.  You will learn about the functions these mushrooms serve within their ecosystem, the types of environments they inhabit and their effects on the human body.  You will also enjoy an introduction to mushroom identification and learn about safe practices and different resources to guide us in the future.

Instructor’s Bio:  Lauren Lembo has been working with plants and fungi for over a decade.  She has completed certificate coursework in herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy through the University of Minnesota’s Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing Integrative Health and Medicine Specialty.  She is the owner of Blue Fox Botanicals www.bluefoxbotanicals.com a local grassroots herbal wellness company.  Lauren is a programs coordinator for the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission and a Registered Professional Archeologist.  .  She received an MA in Education from Central Michigan University, an MA in Anthropology from Monmouth University and a Certificate in Global Social Archeology from Kyusho University in Japan.

 

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Take)
Autumnal Delight Container Garden 
$120.00
Sunday, September 4th, 2022
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Fall planters are full of such rich tones of burgundy, rust and orange.  There are so many gorgeous fall annuals and perennials to create drama when the rest of your garden is going to sleep.  Come and celebrate this season by creating your own autumnal planter to accent your home.  You will learn some cool ways to incorporate mini pumpkins and gourds into your harvest planter.  Adults and teenagers are welcome to join this workshop.  Fees includes lecture and all plants, container and materials needed to create planter.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff Member, Kelly Thompson, is a published garden journalist and Master Gardener.  She specializes in vibrant container gardens and small garden design.  She enjoys a plant based lifestyle with a focus on protecting and preserving the environment.  Accolades include awards from The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Rutgers University.  Her home has been on numerous garden tours in New Jersey.

 

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Taste)
Advanced Tea
Wednesday, September 14th, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm

Class description coming soon…

Instructor’s Bio:  Lauren Lembo has been working with plants and fungi for over a decade.  She has completed certificate coursework in herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy through the University of Minnesota’s Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing Integrative Health and Medicine Specialty.  She is the owner of Blue Fox Botanicals www.bluefoxbotanicals.com a local grassroots herbal wellness company.  Lauren is a programs coordinator for the Hunterdon County Cultural & Heritage Commission and a Registered Professional Archeologist.  .  She received an MA in Education from Central Michigan University, an MA in Anthropology from Monmouth University and a Certificate in Global Social Archeology from Kyusho University in Japan

 

Workshop (Make and Take)
Forrest Floor Floral Design
Sunday, September 18th, 2022
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Class description coming soon…

Instructor’s Bio:  Melissa Palmer Reilly trained under the master floral designer, Gregor Lersch in Germany.  She studied Dutch Master Floral Design at the Borerma Institute in the Netherlands.  As a busy entrepreneur, she owns Florum Flowers and Petaling Posies, which are cut flower production and floral design operations on her farm in New Jersey.  She is a frequent floral instructor at Longwood Gardens.

 

Demonstration (Watch, Learn and Take Home Kit)
Elderberry Syrup
$65.00     
Wednesday, September 21st, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm

We have all heard how important it is to support our immune system.  What does that exactly mean and how do we do it?  Elderberries are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that support your immune system, lower inflammation, lessen stress and protect your heart. Learn how to make Elderberry Syrup from the instructor.  Making your own Elderberry Syrup is cost effective and gives you peace of mind in knowing the ingredients used are pure.   Sample the fresh elderberry syrup after the demonstration.  Each participant will be given a “Take Home Bag of Ingredients” to make their own syrup at home.  

Instructor’s Bio:  Gwyn Duffy has been teaching about safe and effective use of essential oils for five years by helping people find simple ways to incorporate them into their home and health care.  She teaches a Complimentary Natural Health course to nursing students at Gwynedd Mercy University.   She has worked with the Southampton Herb Club in their series about herbs as medicine.  She offers products and more information at www.OilsWithGywn.com

 

Workshop (Make and Take)
Dazzling Dahlias 
$120.00
Wednesday, September 28th, 2022
6:00pm – 8:00pm

We haven’t met a flower more stunning than a local grown Dahlia.  The shapes, colors and textures are just so amazing.  After a stroll through our educational garden to harvest some of our very own grown Dahlias, we will head to the educational room to create.  Working with the awesome rich colors that late summer and early fall bring us, you will combine Dahlias with coordinating accent florals to make your own country fresh floral design.  Designers of all skill levels are welcome.  Fee includes all flowers, container and materials needed to create your floral arrangement.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff member, Deborah Pomroy, has been designing florals for over 35 years.  After owning her own floral shop for 17 years, Deborah moved on to freelance wedding floral design in the tri-state area.  She is an Adjunct Professor at Mercer County Community College where she teaches the Floral Design program classes. She has a BS In Ornamental Horticulture (Floriculture emphasis) with a Business minor from Delaware Valley University.

 

Children’s Science Program
Sunday, October 9th, 2022
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Class description coming soon…

Instructor’s Bio:  Carol Saggiomo

 

Workshop (Activity)
Drums Alive
$15.00
Wednesday, October 12th, 2022
6:00pm – 7:00pm

Class description coming soon…

Instructor’s Bio:  Carol Saggiomo

 

Workshop (Make and Take)
Copper and Wine Fall Tones
$120.00
Wednesday, October 19th
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Embrace the rich tones of the fall season.  Using copper color enhanced dried accents, rich velvety burgundy florals and lush seasonal foliage, you will create this beautiful floral centerpiece to take home.  Feel free to linger after class by the firepit as we enjoy some spiced cider on this (hopefully) beautiful fall night.  Designers of all skill levels are welcome.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff member, Deborah Pomroy, has been designing florals for over 35 years.  After owning her own floral shop for 17 years, Deborah moved on to wedding floral design at Fabufloras in Philadelphia  She is an Adjunct Professor at Mercer County Community College where she teaches the Floral Design program classes.  She has a BS In Ornamental Horticulture (Floriculture emphasis) with a Business minor from Delaware Valley University.

 

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Take)
Winter Wonder Indoor Container Garden 
$140.00
Sunday, December 4th
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Celebrate the season!  Learn about how various indoor houseplants can lift your spirits during the winter season.  Create a dazzling planter with winter delights, such as Frosty Ferns and Cyclamen.  Teenagers and Adults are welcome to attend this program.  Pricing includes lecture and all plants, container and materials needed to create your own winter planter.  

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff Member, Kelly Thompson, is a published garden journalist and Master Gardener.  She specializes in vibrant container gardens and small garden design.  She enjoys a plant based lifestyle with a focus on protecting and preserving the environment.  Accolades include awards from The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Rutgers University.  Her home has been on numerous garden tours in New Jersey.

 

2021 Completed Programs are shown below

Demonstration (Watch and Learn)
Bringing Holland Home
$65.00     Class completed
Sunday, May 16th
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Enjoy this instructor’s fun approach to European floral design.  European designs have a natural composition that incorporates different plant and flower media to create a garden like floral arrangement.  Learning from his work experience early in his career in Holland, this instructor will demonstrate European design style and share ideas you will be sure to use in your own home.  Sit back, relax and be inspired by this creative lecture/demonstration program.  One lucky attendee will take home their choice of one floral design created by the instructor during the program.

Instructor’s Bio:  Carl Vivaldi is a local Botanist who resides in Washington Crossing.  He was the Horticultural Teacher at BCTHS for 30 years and has taught Botany and Plant Pathology on the college level.  He has served as a chairperson for the PHS Flower Show for over 30 years.

 

Demonstration (Watch and Learn)
Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg
$55.00   Class completed
Sunday, November 14th
1:00pm – 2:00pm

Christmas décor in Colonial Williamsburg is all about using items from nature.  The style is known for its creative use of greens, seed pods, fruit, dried flowers, shells and horns.  Taking from his experience decorating in Williamsburg, Virginia, this instructor offers some great tips and ideas to use when decorating in the Colonial Williamsburg style.  Be sure to bring your camera to remember each of these great ideas, many using materials found right here in your Bucks County landscape.  Feel yourself get into the holiday spirit as these florals are created during this lecture/demonstration.

Instructor’s Bio:  Carl Vivaldi worked for three years decorating historic Colonial Williamsburg.  He is a local Botanist who resides in Washington Crossing.  He was the Horticultural Teacher at BCTHS for 30 years and is a proud graduate of Delaware Valley University.

 

2002 Completed programs are shown below

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Take)
Keep it Cool Spring Container Garden 
$120.00     
Sunday, April 3rd, 2022
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Kick off the gardening season by creating this container garden full of our favorite cool season pretties.  Learn insider tips and tricks of the trade.  You will create your own planter garden to dazzle and decorate your outdoor space.  Adults and teenagers are welcome to attend this workshop.   Fee includes lecture and all plants, container and materials needed to create garden.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff Member, Kelly Thompson, is a published garden journalist and Master Gardener.  She specializes in vibrant container gardens and small garden design.  She enjoys a plant-based lifestyle with a focus on protecting and preserving the environment.  Accolades include awards from The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Rutgers University.  Her home has been on numerous garden tours in New Jersey.

 

Workshop (Make and Take)
Twisted Twigs & Tulips 
$120.00   
Sunday, April 10th, 2022
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Join us for an evening of floral design.  As we welcome the spring season, you will create a stunning floral arrangement full of all the wonderful spring feels.  Scent, color and texture all come in to play with this creative floral design, which will be yours to take home and show off to your family and friends.  The design will be created using a crafted twig armature to add interest to your floral and assist with construction.  This class is for designers of all skill levels.  Fee includes all flowers, container and materials needed to create your floral arrangement.

Instructor’s Bio:  Staff member, Deborah Pomroy, has been designing florals for over 35 years.  After owning her own floral shop for 17 years, Deborah moved on to wedding floral design for Fabufloras in the Philadelphia area.  She is an Adjunct Professor at Mercer County Community College where she teaches the Floral Design program classes.  She has a BS In Ornamental Horticulture (Floriculture emphasis) with a Business minor from Delaware Valley University.

 

Workshop (Lecture, Make and Take)
Razzle Dazzle Houseplants
$85.00
Wednesday, April 20th, 2022
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Learn to choose the right plant for your home space and find fantastic ways to highlight them.  After learning all about the many choices of houseplants, you’ll get to choose your own perfect plant from our buffet of choices to fit your lighting requirement.  Then, you will select a dazzling vessel from our container bar to fit your personality and space.  Finally, you’ll get to add embellishments from our selection of toppings like moss or cool pebbles.  Fee includes plant, container and accents.

(Workshop) Instructor’s Bio:  Staff Member, Kelly Thompson, is a published garden journalist and Master Gardener.  She specializes in vibrant container gardens and small garden design.  She enjoys a plant-based lifestyle with a focus on protecting and preserving the environment.  Accolades include awards from The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and Rutgers University.  Her home has been on numerous garden tours in New Jersey.