On January 26, 2022

Drop-in succulent planting workshop

Saturday, Jan. 29 at 11 a.m. — NORWICH — Join Honey Field Farm for a drop-in succulent planting workshop during its next greenhouse pop-up market. Learn how to build your own terrarium or succulent arrangement, and leave with a beautiful creation.

At Honey Field Farm’s last market, they gave private tours of the succulents, shared growing tips and played with combinations. They’re excited to open the greenhouse for you to make your own creations.

Come anytime between 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to explore the succulents, ranging from large plants to tiny babies perfect for filling in mixed planters and terrariums.

It’s also your last chance for the super succulent sale. Large succulents are available for $7 or 3 for $15 through the end of the month.

The greenhouse will be open for any to shop during the drop-in workshop on Jan. 29. Workshop details:

  • Learn about the basic steps and materials needed to make a succulent/cacti arrangement.
  • Get inspired by the collection of terrariums made from found and reused objects.
  • Bring your own pot or pick from the unique containers and glassware.
  • Get creative with the selection of stones, figurines and other found or natural objects to dress up your planter.
  • Get assistance in picking out your succulents/cacti and planting the container or terrarium.

The workshop is free, with plants and supplies available to purchase.

Space is limited to 10 in the workshop at a time. Masks required.

Email valerie@honeyfieldfarmvt.com to reserve a spot in the workshop or drop by between 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 29.

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