Made with love and gorgeous plants in the great Pacific Northwest.
Custom classes and workshops available, please contact The Field Trip Society.
Mounted Staghorn Ferns
time: Saturday, March 3rd 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
place: private home in the Mount Baker neighborhood, details given upon registration.
A SAMPLING OF PAST CLASSES
-SUCCULENTS WITH THE FIELD TRIP SOCIETY
-STAGHORN FERN MOUNTING @ GLASSWING
-AIREUMS WITH THE FIELD TRIP SOCIETY AT FIORAVANTI
-STAGHORN FERN WORKSHOP WITH THE FIELD TRIP SOCIETY AT FIORAVANTI
- "PLANTS & GLASS" TERRARIUM WORKSHOP AT GLASSWING
-"LIVING VESSELS" KOKEDAMA WORKSHOP AT GLASSWING
-EPIC EPIPHYTES WITH THE FIELD TRIP SOCIETY
-KOKEDAMA WORKSHOP @ COLUMBIA CITY BOUQUET
-MINI MAKER POP-UP WITH 8 LOCAL MAKERS & ARTISTS
-WREATH MAKING WORKSHOP WITH THE FIELD TRIP SOCIETY
-KOKEDAMA WORKSHOP AT COLUMBIA CITY BOUQUET
-KOKEDAMA WORKSHOP @ SQUAK MOUNTAIN NURSERY
-WEST ELM POP UP
-MOUNTED STAGHORN FERN WORKSHOP W/ THE FIELD TRIP SOCIETY
Please contact us for workshops, wholesale & custom orders, installations and consultations. We'd be delighted to help.
- Place traditional kokedama in bright, indirect light. Mist moss often.
- Succulent kokedama prefer bright light. Allow plants to dry out between waterings. No need to mist!
- When plant feels light, submerge in water until bubbles cease to emerge. Squeeze gently to remove excess h2o, drain & enjoy!
We love to see our plant babies in their new homes! Post your Instagram pics @marzipanseattle.