staghorn ferns with marzipan seattle february 12th
Contact www.fieldtripsociety.com to register!
Winter months are the perfect time to welcome nature into our homes ... improving both our moods and air quality. What better way to do so than with a beautifully mounted or moss-bound staghorn fern? These shade-loving epiphytic plants are named for their resemblance to antlers. Easy to care for and visually stunning, these natural works of art will be a welcome addition to any living space.
Field trippers will go home with their own mounted or kokedama staghorn fern, along with care instructions and skills to create more.
All supplies provided. Snacks and libations served.
Betina Simmons-Blaine is a master gardener and owner ofMarzipan Seattle, specializing in kokedama and unique botanicals. When she's not playing with mud, she can be found growing, pickling, fermenting, and preserving northwest bounty in Seward Park or Lopez Island. Marzipan makes her swoon.
Please contact www.fieldtripsociety.com to sign up and purchase. Hope to see you there!