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Succulent Centerpiece

Learn how to design and plant your own living succulent centerpiece using gorgeous, fresh succulents. Hardy and water-wise, succulents are perfect for our wild Colorado climate. The diversity of shapes and textures will set your imagination on fire! We discuss succulent care, propagation techniques, varieties of succulents and principles of design. Some fun, reflective wordplay awakens our creative soul. Push pause on the hustle and take a few hours to play with succulents. You will rediscover your creative spirit (its in there, I promise!) and take home your own living succulent centerpiece to enjoy. Note: Instructor provides 5 specialty succulents, a 6-inch container, soil and tools. Please bring a journal and pen. If you would like to personalize your creation, please bring seedpods, shells, dried flowers, sea glass, additional succulents or other special small objects of your choice.

 

Price:$69, $64 member

Instructor: Christine Bayles Kortsch, PhD, is the writer, designer, and photographer behind Tiny Dino Worlds: Create Your Own Prehistoric Habitats (forthcoming with Roost Books, spring 2020). She has published essays on family and gardening in Taproot and 5280 Magazine. You may have read her interview in VoyageDenver or seen her succulent designs in The Denver Post. Christine holds a PhD in English Literature, and she teaches writing at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. Her Ink & Stem Workshops (combining creative writing with succulent and terrarium design) have been named one of the “top 38 cool classes for adults” by 5280 Magazine. Christine is a gentle and enthusiastic teacher with a deep passion for inspiring people to fight for beauty in their everyday lives.

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