Designing for the Occasion: Season of Light

Designing for the Occasion: Season of Light

In-Person Floral Design Class
A holiday flower bouquet featuring white florals, white lights, and a candle in the center.
William Hill

Date & Price

Thursday, December 19, 2024
6:00–8:00 pm

Fee: $109

Fee for Innovators, Gardens Preferred, and Gardens Premium Members: $98

This class is intended as an adult learning experience.  Find out more about our Family Learning experiences.

Register by December 9, 2024

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From the twinkling lights of Christmas to the warmth of Hanukkah and Kwanzaa candles, and more … December is the season of light. Join fine artist and floral designer Holly Kirkland Clouser in this hands-on workshop to celebrate the season with joyful floral design. Create and take home a warmth- and light-inspired floral arrangement perfect for any holiday gathering. 

Certificate Information

This course does not fulfill requirements of Longwood Gardens’ Certificate of Merit in Floral Design.


Grove Studio 104/105 


Holly Kirkland Clouser

Holly Kirkland Clouser is a native of Wilmington, DE and pursues a variety of creative endeavors. She is inspired by nature in all its forms, and this fascination is evident in her work. Clouser is a fine artist, working in mixed media, drawing, painting, encaustic, and stained-glass mosaics—and she approaches her floral design much like her other artwork. She received her CFD in 2019 and looks forward to testing for her AIFD designation in the near future. Clouser provides floral designs by commission and for small events such as bridal and baby showers, gallery openings, and holiday gatherings. Clouser is also a passionate wildlife photographer and can be found daily on the banks of the Brandywine with families of ducks and geese she has known for years.