COURSE IS NOW OVER. Prepare for the Holiday Season by joining internationally renowned floral designer, Emma Jean Morgan for a 3-session floral design course at Robin’s Nest Floral & Garden Center in Easton. In session 1, we will start with a simple Fall-focused live flower arrangement.  In session 2, we will learn how to make a seasonal centerpiece that can be transitioned to the holidays from your choice of materials.  Session 3 will focus on creating a floral arrangement for the holidays. 

Participants may bring their own materials or select materials at a 20% discount from Robin’s Nest’s extensive inventory of silk florals and accessories to create each session’s item to match their home décor or that of gift recipients.  Current COVID requirements will be followed.  Enrollment is limited.

This course will take place at Robin’s Nest in Easton

3 sessions | Tuesdays | Oct. 5, 12, 19 | 6:30 – 8:00 pm | $45

Emma Jean Morgan

A graduate of the University of Delaware in Horticulture with an AAF, Emma Jean has been in the floral industry since she was 14 years old when working holidays at her aunt’s flower shop. Her holiday designs have been published in magazines and shipped around the world, including the Japanese Ambassador’s home in Japan, and in specialty stores throughout Europe, Canada and the United States. Emma Jean has designed for an Import Company in China and has been involved with many Floral Industry events. She owns Robin’s Nest Floral & Garden Center in Easton.

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