Arid Garden Workshop at Adaptation Floral Design
Adaptation’s new Arid Garden Workshop is every green thumb’s dream. Not only will you create your own miniature succulent garden to take home, but you’ll also receive an expert education in floral design in a fun and social environment!
What To Expect
- An intimate workshop in which you’ll create a custom arid garden using succulents, air plants, rocks and minerals, moss, and soil
- Expert instruction from Liz and her staff of floral designers
- The option to create your garden in a 9”x9” wooden box or an 11”x5” ceramic container, which you get to bring home with you!
Liz Gudmundsson opened Adaptation Floral Design in 2007, after quitting her corporate marketing job and spending a couple years getting trained up on her passion for all things floral at her local flower shop. In addition to providing customized floral arrangements for a variety of corporate and personal clients, weddings, and events, Liz also likes to share her flair for design with her community through intimate classes in her quaint Inman Park studio/storefront. Classes at Adaptation are perfect for any aspiring green thumbs who want to learn the art of potting and planting in the format of a casual workshop with a personal instructor, and also take home a custom arrangement that they worked on themselves.
Liz’s newest class at Adaptation is a great way to introduce some natural Zen to your home or office. In the Arid Garden Workshop students will be taught how to make their own personal arid garden, complete with a variety of succulents and air plants, rocks and minerals, moss, and soil. Liz will first demonstrate how to aesthetically arrange your ingredients – all of which are extremely fresh and sourced from a handpicked group of vendors and wholesalers – into a beautiful miniature garden. Then you will be assisted in making your own garden, and the sky is the limit on how you choose to combine and arrange your succulents with the other natural ingredients.
Students will have the option of creating their garden in a 9”x9” wood box or an 11”x5” white ceramic container, and before you leave, you’ll be instructed on proper care and maintenance, so that your garden can live a long and healthy life. While getting to take your personal garden with you to display at home or at work is an added bonus, nothing beats the experience of actually creating your own arrangement from scratch. The environment that Liz creates for her workshops is social and relaxed, making the process not only educational, but also fun!