Phoenix residents invited to plant a tiny garden of their very own

June 20, 2018 by  

Phoenix green thumbs and novice gardeners alike are invited to make plans to take part in a workshop that will give them a chance to craft a tiny garden they can enjoy right in their own home.

The facilitator of the occasion will guide the group through the creation of a succulent terrarium, and the time allotted for the activity is between one and one-and-a-half hours. Each participant will be able to take their creation home with them to show off to their friends and family.

All of the materials needed to complete the project – including soil, a container, plants, rocks, and other decorative elements – will be provided. The plantings will be made from succulents, and there will be lots of time for the students in the class to social and enjoy a drink with their friends while they work.

The session is scheduled to begin promptly at 5:00 pm, and seating will be on a first come, first served basis. It is open to those age 21 and over, and all food or drinks that are consumed must be purchased on site. Flyer printing can be utilized by the planners of an event like this to help promote it to people in the local area.

July 4 has been chosen as the date for this evening of horticultural fun. It has been organized for 3752 East Indian School Road in Phoenix.

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