Terrarium Lecture & Workshop Schedule

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Talk about fulfilling. Everyone succeeds at a terrarium workshop. This is a rewarding make-and-take where you bring home your own small world. Or come to a lecture and see a terrarium-making demonstration so you can do the dirty work at home.

Tovah does terrarium lectures and workshops throughout the country. Here’s where you can find and join her in the upcoming months:

  • Sept 17, 2011 ~ 1:00 – 3:00 PM: Spruce Home and Garden ~ New Milford, CT ~ Terrarium demonstration ~ go to www.sprucehomeandgarden.com for more information.
  • October 2, 2011 ~ 11:00 AM: Linden Hill Gardens ~ Ottsville, PA ~ Terrarium workshop ~ go to www.lindehillgardens.com for more information.
  • November 7, 2011 ~ 11:45 AM: Garden Club of Greater New Haven ~ Agricultural Experiment Station, New Haven, CT ~ Terrarium lecture & workshop.
  • November 13, 2011 ~ 1:00 PM: Horticultural Society of Maryland ~ Vollmer Center ~ Baltimore, MD ~ Terrarium workshop ~ go to www.mdhorticulture.org
  • January 27, 2012: Callaway Gardens ~ Pine Mountain, GA ~ Terrarium workshop ~ go to www.callawaygardens.com
  • February 6, 2012 ~ 11:00 AM: Suffield Garden Club ~ Suffield, CT ~ Terrarium lecture and demonstration.
  • February 14, 2012 ~ 10:00 AM: Darien Garden Club ~ Terrarium lecture & demonstration.
  • March 15, 2012 ~ 12:00 noon: Bristol Garden Club ~ Bristol Public Library ~ Bristol, CT ~ Terrarium lecture & demonstration.
  • March 29 & 30, 2012: The Oregon Garden ~ Garden University ~ Silverton, OR ~ March 29: Terrarium Lecture ~ March 30: Terrarium Workshop ~ go to www.oregongarden.org
  • August 13, 2012 ~ 10:00 AM ~ Millbrook Garden Club ~ Sharon Audubon Society ~ Sharon, CT ~ Terrarium lecture & demonstration.

In addition to terrarium workshops and lectures, Tovah is lecturing on many other subjects. For a complete list of upcoming lectures or to contact Tovah, please go to www.tovahmartin.com

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6 Responses to Terrarium Lecture & Workshop Schedule

  1. Kathy says:

    I am hoping you will have a workshop in the South Central Oh area soon. I didn’t see one listed.Plese let me know i would be willing to help you find a place and get it organized on this end. Thank you.

    • Tovah Martin says:

      I would love to come to Ohio, Kathy. Although lecture requests come in all the time, I don’t have anything in the works for South Central Ohio, but if you can arrange a venue, I’d love to come. Perhaps you can contact your local garden club and/or a local public garden/botanical garden/garden center. Let me know what I can do to help…–Tovah

  2. Rachel LeRoy says:

    Mrs. Martin,

    I don’t know if you remember me, but I asked you about a year or so ago to come down to Georgia to give a workshop. I’m thrilled to see that you’ll be at Callaway Gardens in January and your workshop is my mom’s surprise Christmas gift for me! I’m super excited and can’t wait until January! I just wanted to let you know and thank you for coming down to visit Georgia!

    Thanks again,
    Rachel

    • Tovah Martin says:

      I absolutely do remember you, Rachel. And right after you asked me if I was doing a lecture in Georgia, Callaway Gardens coincidentally contacted me about giving a workshop (do you suppose that your mom nudged them?). I am soooo delighted to hear that you’re attending! Clearly your mom is THE BEST. Merry Christmas!

      • Rachel LeRoy says:

        Mrs. Martin,

        My terrarium has bugs! During the workshop you mentioned something about bugs but I can’t quite remember what you said and I failed to write it in my notes. Are bugs bad and if so, how do I get rid of them?

        Thanks
        Rachel

        • Tovah Martin says:

          Howdy Rachel, Although it’s hard to answer your question without knowing what sort of bug you’ve got in your terrarium, I think that most people prefer not to have any kind of bugs in their terrariums. So I would suggest that you might want to start over. Without knowing more, it’s hard to say how the bugs entered. If they’re fungus gnats, they don’t do any real harm but they can be bothersome to look at, and they can happen because of too much moisture. Airing out more often can be the solution. Hope this helps.

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