Join Valeria Brinkers, from the Sangetsu School, to learn how to make an arrangement using the beautiful style of the Men-Massu (plane and mass) combination, which enhances the leaves' surface and shows the beauty of... Read More »
Join local artist Erna Van Dyk as she teaches you how to see and paint color and simple shapes. You will work together to observe the colors and qualities of the Southern... Read More »
Kokedama is the practice of taking the root ball of a plant and suspending it in a ball of soil, which is then coated with soft green moss. During this hands-on workshop you will make your own Kokedama and learn some of the techniques Debra has developed to help you successfully sustain this traditional Japanese form of bonsai.
You may be surprised and delighted to learn that Luffa (Loofah) sponges do not come from the sea but are a vegetable in the gourd and cucumber family and can easily be grown in your own home garden. Learn how to start your own seeds and how to care for your plants. You will plant seeds to take home, create a bar of luffa soap, and a jar of soothing luffa sugar scrub and decorate a gift tag or market tote using luffa gourd slices.