Terrarium Workshops & Lectures

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:

  • March 5, 2011: CT Daylily Society ~ Avon, CT ~ Terrarium workshop, email tvcotter@comcast.net for more information.
  • March 12, 2011: Northeast Floral Expo ~ Sturbridge, MA ~ Terrarium workshop, go to www.northeastfloralexpo.com for more information.
  • March 19, 2011: Boston Flower & Garden Show ~ Boston, MA ~ Terrarium lecture ~ go to www.thebostonflowershow.com for more information
  • March 22, 2011: Middlebury Garden Club ~ Middlebury, CT ~ Terrarium workshop.
  • March 27, 2011: Lori Warner Studio ~ Chester, CT ~ Terrarium workshop ~ got to www.loriwarner.com for more information.
  • April 8, 2011: Des Moines Botanical Garden ~ Des Moines, IA ~ Terrarium workshop
  • May 22, 2011: Broken Arrow Nursery ~ Hamden, CT ~ Terrarium workshop ~ go to www.brokenarrownursery.com for more information.
  • Sept 17, 2011: Spruce Home and Garden ~ New Milford, CT ~ Terrarium demonstration ~ go to www.sprucehomeandgarden.com for more information.
  • October 2, 2011: Linden Hill Gardens ~ Ottsville, PA ~ Terrarium workshop ~ go to www.lindehillgardens.com for more information.
  • February 6, 2012: Suffield Garden Club ~ Suffield, CT ~ Terrarium lecture and 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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2 Responses to Terrarium Workshops & Lectures

  1. Terrarium says:

    Almost any type of houseplant can be used for your terrarium. Generally you want them to be hardy and small. Slow growing plants are also desirable so the terrarium doesn’t quickly outgrow itself.Terrarium

    • Tovah Martin says:

      Love having you on the blog. But I disagree on what works in a terrarium plantswise. If you put a plant that can’t tolerate high humidity into a closed terrarium, it will turn to mush. Check out my upcoming blog on terrarium-worthy plants (The Little League).

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