Flowers & Weeds Holiday Classes

Posted by Anne McCullough on November 19, 2013 | Leave a Comment


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Flowers and Weeds has  scheduled a variety of classes for the Holiday Season so you can give a gift that is unique and special because you made it!.  The class times are on the Events page of their website. Here is a rundown of the type of classes and the dates.

Make Your Own Thanksgiving Day Centerpiece November 24th and 26th

Using all of the freshest local fall goodies, create a beautiful centerpiece for your Thanksgiving Day table that is unique and special because you made it! For a class fee of $45.00 Jessica will give you a run down of ingredients, the basics of floral design mechanics, as well as a few tips of the trade. Feel free to bring a friend and have a fun afternoon down on Cherokee!

Forest Terrarium Workshop December 2nd, 8th, 16th and 22nd
Create your own miniature forest in an enclosed terrarium. Perfect way to bring a little green indoors for the winter. These guys are so easy to care for and make a great gift for the holidays too! The class fee of $50.00 will give you a standard olive jar with all of the accouterments to make the most adorable forest ever. Feel free to bring your own container if you have a piece of glass your itching to plant-up. There will also be other apothecary and glass containers for you to upgrade to if you so choose. This class is too fun so bring a friend, lets drink some wine and plant stuff!

Hanging Airplant Terrarium Workshop December 9th, 15th, and 22nd

Create a hanging terrarium with Tillandsia and the ocean’s finest treasures. $35.00 gets you a hanging globe, two air plants, and all of the accoutrements and knowledge to successfully care for your stunning creation. This is perfect decor for any window, and it makes an amazing gift! Bring a friend and create a one of a kind terrarium!


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