Blending hands-on skills and personal instruction with premier quality fresh flowers and foliage makes this experience unique.
Cool off from the heat with this water design in a glass bowl featuring mid-to-late summer flowers such as zinnias and sunflowers.
Two session course. Explore the role of color using a spectrum of flowers, greens, and fabric backgrounds in this two-day workshop.
Design a centerpiece with some hard-working flowers that will welcome fall.
Three session course. Work with increasingly challenging concepts and a broad variety of material to create exceptional designs.
Three session course. Learn the fundamentals of floral design, how to condition flowers, use floral foam, tape, and wire.
Explore the versatility of bouquets in a non- traditional sense.
Enjoy an evening demo of European floral techniques, then treat yourself to half- or full-day workshops for a chance to design yourself.
Create your own design signature with advanced techniques in this exciting capstone course.
For centuries, flowers have been used to beautify religious ceremonies.
Wave your magic wand and turn your pumpkin not into a coach like Cinderella’s, but into a unique and stunning harvest centerpiece.
Trick or treat? Join us in making a fun and whimsical Halloween table arrangement.
Two session course. This course will introduce you to Ikebana in general, as well as three different schools of study.
Any students who have completed the requirements of the Floral Design Certificate program is eligible to take the certificate exam.
Re-imagine the shape of floral containers!
Impress your Thanksgiving guests with a colorful harvest arrangement designed in a pumpkin.
Create a charming tabletop topiary or fresh wreath to accent your holiday décor or to give as a gift.
Large and voluptuous amaryllis blooms are long-lasting and create over-the-top drama in holiday floral designs.
Create a one-of-a-kind aromatic wreath using an assortment of gorgeous fresh greens.
Set your holiday table with a beautiful wreath using seasonal greens and embellishments.
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