Plant Propagation 101: Phenomenal Philodendron and Pothos Too
Oct
21
6:00 PM18:00

Plant Propagation 101: Phenomenal Philodendron and Pothos Too

In this Propagation 101 Mini Session we’ll turn our attention to the phenomenal philodendron and pothos families.  Both of these plants have become beloved members of my plant family.  This easy care house plant is on NASA’s top air-filtering plants and also does well in areas with limited light.  The icing on the cake … versatile to fit into a variety of décor and grows like crazy.  This class will cover natural habitat, care, popular and unique varieties, and propagation.  Participants will propagate from 3 popular/unique varieties:  Philodendron ‘Brasil’, Scindapsus pictus (aka Satin/Silver Pothos), and a specialty variety from my personal collection.  All supplies included.  Workshop fee $25

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Propagation 101:  Tradescantia and Other Trailing Plants
Oct
22
6:00 PM18:00

Propagation 101: Tradescantia and Other Trailing Plants

In this Propagation 101 Mini Session we’ll turn our attention to the wild wandering callisia/tradescantia family (also known as Wandering Jew or Spiderwort).  This is a super easy plant to care for an it propagates like crazy.  The icing on the cake … unique leaf patterns and colors variations.  This class will cover natural habitat, care, popular and unique varieties, and propagation.  Participants will propagate from 3 popular/unique varieties: Callisia repens ‘Bianca’, Tradescantia ‘Tricolor’, and Tradescantia ‘Zebrina’.  All supplies included.  Workshop fee $25

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Monsteras and Moss Poles
Oct
28
4:00 PM16:00

Monsteras and Moss Poles

Whether you’ve always wanted a monstera or desperately desired a moss pole got your plant to climb, this class is for you. The Monstera deliciosa is a favorite trending plant and with good reason. Not only is it fascinating because of its intriguing split leaf foliage but it’s also a fast grower that is easy to care for. However, that also means its natural climbing habit can get out of control. Moss poles to the rescue! This old school staking method is one of the favored ways to somewhat tame the wild and free monstera - though there’s nothing wrong with wild and free. Participants will learn about history, care, and the latest monstera trends before creating their very own moss pole. All supplies are included including a Monstera deliciosa plant and the trending Monstera adansonii. Class fee: $60

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The Art of Mounting Plants:  Air Plants
Nov
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Art of Mounting Plants: Air Plants

Join Botanical Curator, Aisha Sanders of Urbane Terrain for a lovely evening learning the Art of Mounting Plants.  This particular workshop will feature the diverse and ever so lovely tillandsia (air plant).  Participants will learn about natural habitat of various air plants and watch a demo of the mounting process before delving into their own mounted creation.  All supplies will be included and each participant will receive a collection of 5 air plants for mounting.  Space is limited and advance registration is required. Workshop fee $35

 

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Plant Propagation 101
Nov
12
12:00 PM12:00

Plant Propagation 101

Plant 101 will walk attendees through hands-on techniques for basic house plant propagation.  For this very first propagation class attendees will go home with freshly propagated cuttings for the following trending plants:  Monstera, Philodendron, Pilea, Sanseveria, Tradescantia, and a variety of succulents.  All the lovely botanicals plant lovers dream of adding to their collection.  the workshop swag bag will be filled with the following goodies: a handcrafted propagation station, clippers for collecting plant cuttings, rooting hormone, and my very own hand-blended propagation mix.  Not only will you leave with five specialty plants and some great propagating goodies but also the knowledge to expand your growing plant collection ... one plant baby at a time.

 

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Succulent Series:  Strings and Things
Oct
15
6:00 PM18:00

Succulent Series: Strings and Things

Join Botanical Curator, Aisha Sanders of Urbane Terrain for a lovely evening filled with succulent abundance.  This workshop will feature a diverse variety of trailing succulent plants.  Participants will learn about succulent habitats and care followed by a demo of planting and propagating to expand your collection.  As a bonus, we’ll also learn about the fragrant and fast-growing hoya (wax plant).  All supplies are included and participants will return home with 3 sought after varieties: String of Bananas, String of Hearts, and String of Pearls.  Spaces are limited and registration is required.  Workshop fee is $25

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Propagation 101:  Snazzy Snake Plants
Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

Propagation 101: Snazzy Snake Plants

In this Propagation 101 Mini Session we’ll turn our attention to the snazzy sanseveria family.  This plant is also known as Mother-In-Law’s Tongue or the Snake Plant.  This easy care variety is on NASA’s top air-filtering plants and also does well in areas with limited light.  The icing on the cake … versatile to fit into a variety of décor themes.  This class will cover natural habitat, care, popular and unique varieties, and propagation.  Participants will take home an established sanseveria in a 4” pot but also propagate from 3 popular/unique varieties.  All supplies included.  Workshop fee $25

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