Spring Sprouting

This team-building experience incorporates a little bit of horticulture, a little bit of art and a whole lot of goodness.

With spring sprouting, your team will be delving into the world of edible flowers, as participants learn how to grow them at home from scratch. It’s a perfect way to add some greenery and life to your home or office and encourage healthy, home-grown snacking during the day.

Participants will receive a mini growing kit and a pot to decorate.

Grow your team’s interest in self-sufficiency

Why Through this experience, you are supporting local artists and businesses encouraging sustainable and healthy eating.
Team Size Works well for teams of all sizes.
Duration Approx. 60-90 minutes

Gardening expert

My first memory of flowers is as a child, growing lilac with my mother in the New Hampshire countryside. It’s been sort of an obsession ever since. As a teenager, I spent all my time in my herb garden, making bouquets late into the night.

With over twenty years’ experience as a florist and floral stylist, I pair my skills as a stylist and my training in classical floral design to create floral designs that feel effortless, fresh, and straight from the garden! I have been cooking with flowers and studying edible flowers since I was a teenager.

In my online flower workshops, I teach you all my secrets for composing fresh floral arrangements for yourself.

*Please note: host may change

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