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Floral Design

Become a part of one of the Northeast's most respected and forward thinking floral design programs with diverse courses, classes, and lectures focusing on the art and science of floriculture.

Blending hands-on skills and personal instruction with premier quality fresh flowers and foliage makes this experience unique.

Upcoming Classes

Basic Floral Design I

Six-session course. Learn the fundamentals of floral design: how to condition flowers and use floral foam, tape, and wire.

Principles of Color

Two-session course. Explore the role of color using a spectrum of flowers, greens, and fabric backgrounds.

Sensational Succulents

Whether big and bold or delicate and dainty, these fleshy plants are stunning in today's innovative floral designs.

Glamorous Bridal Bouquets

Sharpen your skills for wedding design in this fun and challenging workshop all about bridal bouquets.

Pot et Fleur

Pot et Fleur combines two or more potted plants growing in soil or other medium with cut flowers in the same container.

Basic Floral Design II

Six session course. Using multiple cutting tools, a variety of containers, and gorgeous floral materials will stir your creative spirit and extend your skills.

Serpentine Splendor

Smarten up your table with a serpentine design perfect for spring entertaining.

Introduction to Ikebana

Two-session course. This course will introduce you to Ikebana and its different schools of study.

The Beauty in Line

Learn how to combine or contrast both straight and curved lines in a meaningful way in a single arrangement.

Principles of Color

Two-session course. Explore the role of color using a spectrum of flowers, greens, and fabric backgrounds.

Advanced Floral Design I

Six-session course. Work with increasingly challenging concepts and a broad variety of materials to create exceptional designs.

Basic Floral Design I

Three-session course. Learn the fundamentals of floral design: how to condition flowers and use floral foam, tape, and wire.

A Day in Italia

Explore the Italian method of using volumes of flowers and color blocking to create dramatic, sculptural designs.

Woodland Wonders

Woodland finds like lichen, moss-covered branches, and seed pods are wonderful, textural additions to a flower arrangement.

Abbondanza!

Abundance, fullness, plenty—set your Thanksgiving table with an opulent harvest centerpiece that appeals to all the senses.