Foliage Exchange + Wreath Making
Our 5th annual event: Sunday, December 16, 2012, 12-3, Free.
Share in the holiday spirit—and evergreen bounty from your garden—in our restored Conservatory. It’s a great day of wreath and garland making with a hyper-local twist. Through a foliage exchange, create a holiday treasure—and tradition—in which the uniqueness and generosity of neighborhood shines through. A big thank you to loyal Friend Sally Ross for organizing us once again.
A variety of greens provided, some with red berries, variegated foliage, as well as blue juniper, Queen Ann box, pine, wire, a few coat hangers and pruning shears. Please bring: own pruning shears (so you don’t have to wait for others), your frame, ribbons, cones, and any clippings to share from your yard.
This event is part of the Friends’ desire to promote the ideals of sustainability in our own backyards: wreath making, seed swaps, or growing backyard fruit trees and produce. All that is old is new again.