with Baylor Chapman, owner of Lila B. in San Francisco
DESIGN AND BUILD A LIVING CENTERPIECE
Perfect for weddings, birthdays, graduations....any and all special occasions! Floral arrangements made with living plants are unique, unexpected, and last along with your happy memories.
THIS CLASS COVERS:
design considerations: color, scale and texture
how to choose a base, a foundation and an array of plants for your centerpiece
how to take plants out of their nursery pots
the Japanese art of kokedama (wrapping plant roots in moss for beautiful presentation)
tips & tricks for watering your arrangement
bonus class included: making party gifts!
CLASS TIME: 30 mins | bonus materials: 12 mins
filmed at Lila B. in San Francisco, CA
WHY CREATE LIVING ARRANGEMENTS?
- your friends will think you hired a top floral designer
- it's a fresh twist on bringing flowers inside
- the plants will live on, reminding you of your special day
Meet Instructor Baylor Chapman
Floral arrangements made with living plants are gorgeous, interesting and a little wild. Garden Tribe has partnered with Baylor Chapman of Lila B. Design to teach you the tips and tricks used by the pros.
With over 10 years of experience in garden and floral design, she has designed for every kind of occasion. Baylor is the owner of Lila B. Design, the stylish urban floral shop in San Francisco's Mission District.
Her work has been featured in a range of publications, including Sunset Magazine, California Home + Design, Brides Magazine, and Gardenista.
DESIGNING WITH PLANTS:
CENTERPIECES & GIFTS
- streaming online class, re-watch anytime
- available on your computer or mobile device
- includes a free bonus class!
BONUS CLASS: PARTY GIFTS
GIVE THE GIFT OF PLANTS
Beautifully presented plants make an exceptional gift for your host, hostess, guests...or yourself! Baylor Chapman, the author of The Plant Recipe Book, reveals the secrets of transforming plants into stylish statements.
Learn how to: pot succulents in espresso cups, create a terrarium from a spice jar and display your air plants.