The art of arranging Autumn flowers, foliage and berries

Sunday 29th April at 11.00am

Autumn brings an opportunity to get extra creative with your floral arranging. Move beyond just a bunch of traditional spring or summer flowers, and push the aesthetic boundaries by incorporating stunning autumn foliage, branches, berries, and much more into your display.

This fabulous workshop hosted by the very talented Natasha Morgan of Oak and Monkey Puzzle in Daylesford, begins with a walk around the beautiful Garden of St Erth, discussing what to look for when foraging for interesting inclusions in a floral arrangement.

Natasha will then conduct a step by step demonstration, and talk color, form, contrast, texture, and design, while creating a number of different arrangements using a variety of vessels. Ideally suited to the budding florist, or someone looking to take their arranging flair to the next level, this workshop will teach you the tips and tricks to create contemporary and inspired autumn floral art for your home.

Presented by Natasha Morgan. Landscape Architect and urban designer by trade, flower lover and experience maker by choice, Natasha from her magnificent property Oak and Monkey Puzzle, just outside Daylesford, relishes all things creative, artisan and joyful, and the opportunity to experience, learn and share.

 

The Garden of St Erth

189 Simmons Reef Rd, Blackwood, VIC, 3458

Bookings essential on 03 5368 6514

Diggers members: $39, non-members: $49

Workshops run for approximately 1.5 hours

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