Learn the art of flower arranging

2017-05-10 06:00

“ONE is never too old to learn” is a saying that applies through all ages and across all manner of activities from academics and sciences to the arts. 
Greytown is particularly blessed with a number of talented floral artists who also have a love for imparting their years of expertise to others who wish to learn this gratifying art.   
The Greytown Garden Club is delighted to be working with a number of well known floral artists to offer a course in the inspiring art of flower arranging. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn a new craft and explore one’s creativity with experienced and encouraging teachers.

The course will begin with the very basic foundations such as choosing and preparing the right container, how to select and prepare plant material and progress toward the craft of interpretive arrangements. 
The course will begin on Wednesday 17 May with respected floral artist, Robyn Adendorff as facilitator. 
The first three lessons will cover the basics and the “how- to-begin” aspects of flower arranging and will run from 9.30am to 11.30am for three consecutive Wednesdays.  Thereafter a number of other floral artists will inspire candidates with their varying styles and creative ideas. 

The three-week basics of flower arranging course is offered at no charge to garden club members. Non-members are also invited to attend at a cost of R150 each. Numbers are limited to a maximum of 12 to ensure individual attention.

Booking for this course is essential therefore those interested must please contact Jen Cowie on 082 921 2134 to secure a place. 

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