Make your thumb a little greener with classes at Sprout Home.

To register for a class or for more information please contact:

Chicago 312.226.5950                           info@sprouthome.com

      Brooklyn 718.388.4440                       nyinfo@sprouthome.com

C H I C A G O

Every Wednesdays @ 6:30pm: Terrariums

We’ll demonstrate the steps for building an open terrarium, including planting mediums, plants that work together, and maintenance. Registration is $65 per guest. Pricing includes a small, standard terrarium (open bowl), as well as planting materials and a set of coordinating plants – options will allow arid, sunny environments, as well as plantings for lower light situations. Standard soil cover and decor will be available for participants.

 

MARCH

Saturday, March 21 @ 11am: Flower Crowns

Join us in creating fantastical wearable flower crowns. We will show you how to create a solid base of greenery customized to fit your head, that you will add flowers and other botanicals to for a wild and magical look. $50 class fee includes a floral crown you make and take home.

 

Saturday, March 28 @ 11am: Kokedama

Kokedama is the Japanese gardening art of enclosing a plant’s roots in moss. Kokedama means “moss ball” and in this class you will learn how to make these fun plant creations, which can be suspended by string. Some experience repotting a plant, crafting or making things with your hands will be helpful. Be prepared to get your hands in the soil. $50 class fee includes the plant and materials.

 

APRIL

Saturday, April 4 @ 11am: April Gardens

Join us as our garden team outlines some projects to get your garden off to a great start. Learn more about soil selection and seed germination. Lecture based. $25 per guest.

 

Saturday, April 18 @ 11am: Flower Crowns

Expand on your flower crown skills in this more advanced class. $100 class fee includes a floral crown you make and take home.

 

Saturday, April 25 @ 11am: Kokedama

Kokedama is the Japanese gardening art of enclosing a plant’s roots in moss. Kokedama means “moss ball” and in this class you will learn how to make these fun plant creations, which can be suspended by string. Some experience repotting a plant, crafting or making things with your hands will be helpful. Be prepared to get your hands in the soil. $50 class fee includes the plant and materials.

 

MAY

Saturday, May 23 @ 11am: Kokedama

Kokedama is the Japanese gardening art of enclosing a plant’s roots in moss. Kokedama means “moss ball” and in this class you will learn how to make these fun plant creations, which can be suspended by string. Some experience repotting a plant, crafting or making things with your hands will be helpful. Be prepared to get your hands in the soil. $50 class fee includes the plant and materials.

 

B R O O K L Y N

MARCH

Sunday, March 22nd 12-1pm: Terrariums

We’ll demonstrate the steps for building an open terrarium, including planting mediums, plants that work together, and maintenance. Registration is $65 per guest. Pricing includes a small, standard terrarium (open bowl), as well as planting materials and a set of coordinating plants – options will allow arid, sunny environments, as well as plantings for lower light situations. Standard soil cover and decor will be available for participants.

Saturday, March 28th 12-1pm: Flower Crowns

Join us in creating fantastical wearable flower crowns. We will show you how to create a solid base of greenery customized to fit your head, that you will add flowers and other botanicals to for a wild and magical look. $100 class fee includes a floral crown you make and take home.

APRIL

Saturday, April 4th 10:30-11:30am: SPRING NOW! Cold Tolerant Annuals, Perennials, and Herbs

Shake off your winter blues with spring containers! Don’t wait for summer to get your plants in – rock your containers, window boxes, or garden now! We will cover options for annuals, perennials, and herbs that bloom early in the season, and are tolerant to the colder temperatures of early spring. We’ll also cover what you need to do with any plants you have overwintered in containers. $25 class fee includes a cold tolerant annual or herb you get to take home, and all the plant Q and A you can muster!

Sunday, April 5th 12-1pm: Kokedama 

Kokedama is the Japanese gardening art of enclosing a plant’s roots in moss. Kokedama means “moss ball” and in this class you will learn how to make these fun plant creations, which can be suspended by string. Some experience repotting a plant, crafting or making things with your hands will be helpful. Be prepared to get your hands in the soil. $50 class fee includes the plant and materials.

Wednesday, April 8th 5:45-6:45pm: Terrariums

We’ll demonstrate the steps for building an open terrarium, including planting mediums, plants that work together, and maintenance. Registration is $65 per guest. Pricing includes a small, standard terrarium (open bowl), as well as planting materials and a set of coordinating plants – options will allow arid, sunny environments, as well as plantings for lower light situations. Standard soil cover and decor will be available for participants.

Sunday, April 12th 12-1pm: Terrariums

We’ll demonstrate the steps for building an open terrarium, including planting mediums, plants that work together, and maintenance. Registration is $65 per guest. Pricing includes a small, standard terrarium (open bowl), as well as planting materials and a set of coordinating plants – options will allow arid, sunny environments, as well as plantings for lower light situations. Standard soil cover and decor will be available for participants.

Saturday, April 18th 12-2pm: Flower World 101

We’ll discuss the ins and outs of working in floral design from basic flower conditioning techniques to creating spiral stemmed vase arrangements and hand tied wildflower bouquets. This class is a great starting point for those who want to learn more about the floral industry while at the same time sharpening their design skills. $200 class fee includes an arrangement you make and take home.

Sunday, April 26th 12-1pm: Flower Crowns

Join us in creating fantastical wearable flower crowns. We will show you how to create a solid base of greenery customized to fit your head, that you will add flowers and other botanicals to for a wild and magical look. $100 class fee includes a floral crown you make and take home.

MAY

Sunday, May 3rd 12-1pm: Terrariums

We’ll demonstrate the steps for building an open terrarium, including planting mediums, plants that work together, and maintenance. Registration is $65 per guest. Pricing includes a small, standard terrarium (open bowl), as well as planting materials and a set of coordinating plants – options will allow arid, sunny environments, as well as plantings for lower light situations. Standard soil cover and decor will be available for participants.

Sunday, May 17th 12-1pm: Kokedama

Kokedama is the Japanese gardening art of enclosing a plant’s roots in moss. Kokedama means “moss ball” and in this class you will learn how to make these fun plant creations, which can be suspended by string. Some experience repotting a plant, crafting or making things with your hands will be helpful. Be prepared to get your hands in the soil. $50 class fee includes the plant and materials.

 

Sunday, May 31st 12-1pm: Herbs & Veggies

Learn about sun, water and planting requirements for a variety of herbs & vegetables, including basil, thyme, oregano, dill, mint, rosemary, tomatoes, cucumbers and more. We’ll also discuss designing ideas, mixing herbs & vegetables with ornamental perennials and annuals to create an eye-appealing, mixed-use container or garden bed. $20 class fee includes a herb or veggie you get to take home.

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