I’m really excited about our Christmas-themed "How-to" demonstrations.
If you want to know how to assemble gorgeous wreaths, centerpieces, spectacular "winterscape" planters, or how to make delicious holiday dishes, you don’t want to miss our Dec 3rd and 4th events.
Now, I have to confess that I am not the most artistic guy around, so I am leaving the demonstrations to our wonderful design team that includes Dana from Hole’s Floral Studio, Joyce who merchandises all of our beautiful décor items, and Chef Enrique Toldeo from our Glasshouse Bistro.
But, I will still be around to do what I think I do best which is to talk about plants – Christmas plants, in particular. I am going to cover the basic "how-tos" of the big four Christmas plants: poinsettias, Christmas cactus, amaryllis, and paperwhites. I’ll discuss what to look for when you purchase these plants and how to keep them looking beautiful in your home or office. And, yes, if you still have those burning questions on tomato plants or apples, I’ll be happy to answer your questions.
Here is a sample of common questions that I receive on Christmas plants and that I will talk about on Dec 3rd and 4th:
- Can I get Christmas plants to re-bloom?
- Is it true that Christmas cactus can live to be 100 years old?
- How do I keep paperwhites from becoming floppy?
- What do I do will amaryllis once it quits blooming?
- What is the best location to place Christmas plants in my home or office?
- Are poinsettias poisonous?
- Do I need to apply fertilizer?
- How much light do these plants need?
Don’t forget to register online as soon as possible. These are very popular sessions and last weekend's sessions sold out very quickly!
See you on the 3rd and 4th!