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Foraging for Wildflower Arrangements Workshop

Explore the beauty of the natural world and the plants that are attracting pollinators this summer as we create stunning floral arrangements to decorate with!

What to Expect:

We’ll learn about the importance of summer blooms, how to pick flowers sustainably, as well as the artistic and mathematical process that goes into creating your floral arrangement. Each participant can expect to bring home one centerpiece created with fresh flowers and foraged plants to decorate for the summer season. Since we will be using foraged plant material, please dress for a short wildflower/tree harvesting walk. During this walk, we will learn how to ethically and sustainably harvest flowers and tree branches. Trails may be muddy, so please dress accordingly with the weather.

Some foraged summer flowers and plants may include: Curly Willow Branches, Daisies (and other asters), Cedar Branches, Multiflora Roses, Helianthus, Chicory, wild mints, Mullein stems and more!

Program Details & What’s Included in the Fee:

Admission is $35. All materials for your floral arrangements provided (includes reusable vase, measuring tools, florist supplies, and more). A portion of the proceeds will be donated back to Bucks Audubon.

This event is BYOB, so enjoy and make a party out of the event!

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Jun 03 2022


6:30 pm - 8:00 pm




Bucks County Audubon Society
New Hope PA
The Art of Ecology


The Art of Ecology
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