Date(s) - November 19, 2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am
Learn how to create a one-of-a-kind mini-habitat living centerpiece using PNW native plants in a repurposed lamp globe. We’ll cover basic planting, floral design composition techniques and then have fun decorating our centerpieces with moss, branches, fall berries/foliage, and festive holiday decorations or insect/bird faux decorations (you are welcomed to bring your own miniature decorations). Just think like you’re creating a living holiday fairy tabletop garden. You will take home a custom, sustainable and long-lasting centerpiece ready for the holiday that lasts for a few seasons. Most importantly, you’ll walk away empowered to become the steward for our habitat with lots of information about native plants and resources! Open for all levels. Fee includes all supplies.
Register before November 12th to ensure a spot in the program!
About the instructor: Weina Dinata began her career in graphic design. Since then she has combined her artistic skills with a passion for native plants and launched her own company Poppy & Finch. A variety of collaborations, products, educational programs, and more have connected Weina with the Portland community and native plant awareness. You can find her around the city at local artist markets with her mini-trailer, instructing programs at various venues, or tending to her native educational garden.
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