Crimson Horticultural Rarities and B-Side Farm Present an Afternoon of Floral Design
Sunday september 10th 1pm-4pm
No refunds, however you're welcome to give your seat to a friend if it turns out you can't make it.
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This season we are bringing Sonoma county’s bounty of blooms down to the city for a new collaboration between B-Side Farm and Crimson Horticultural Rarities. Join us for a workshop in Temescal Alley where we aim to overwhelm the senses with a sea of color and texture.
Whether you’re new to flowers or have been dabbling all along, you’ll find a comfortable and supportive environment in this small, hands-on class. We will be working with mid-summer stunners like dahlias, lisanthus and zinnias as well as foraged greenery and Oakland weeds.
This is how it will go down:
Allison and Lennie will orient you to the flowers grown at B-Side and other local farms, and then design two mid-size, sprawling arrangements side-by-side, explaining their unique techniques all the while. You’ll get to see two different styles and decide which one resonates with you, while you snack and sip the afternoon away. You’ll then dive into making an arrangement of your own, drawing from any flowers that speak to you and getting as much or as little guidance from the teachers as you should want.
Price includes all materials, light refreshments, a stellar vase housing your gorgeous arrangement to take home and display for all the world to see, and focused instruction in a small class setting from these two floral professionals.
Macrame Plant Hanger workshop with little feral
Saturday October 7th - 11a-1p
Crimson Hort Studio
Learn to make macrame plant hangers with little feral's fiber artist, Kaysie Condron! You'll learn all of the basic knots, gain an understanding of the process that is essential to going forward and working independently, and leave with your own super rad macrame plant hanger! All supplies will be provided, including colored yarn to add some pizzaz to your work. Students are welcome (but not required) to bring a plant to class or buy one from crimson hort!
More CLASSES COMING SOON!
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