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Join FarmGal Flowers to create your very own Succulent Pumpkin. We’ll show you step-by-step how to make this long-lasting fall centerpiece for your Halloween and/or Thanksgiving table. Please bring a medium (10”-12” wide) pumpkin (wide, Cinderella-type pumpkins work best) and floral scissors to class. All other materials provided. Please contact Eileen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions. Seats are limited – please register early!
Thursday, October 24th, 7p-9p | $55 per person
About Eileen (FarmGal):
Eileen Tongson is the owner of FarmGal Flowers (farmgalflowers.com), an urban flower farm and design studio. She is also one of the gardeners at East End Market where she grows flowers and helps maintain the market garden. In addition to growing her own flowers, Eileen designs with them and provides arrangements for special occasions and small events. Eileen completed the University of Florida IFAS Master Gardener Program and has studied floral design at numerous locations over the years including Floret Flower Farm, the City College of San Francisco, and Flower School New York.
Eileen is also a Gardening and Floral Design instructor at Harry P. Leu Gardens and East End Market. Her flowers and gardening expertise have been featured in Edible Orlando, Florists’ Review, Houzz.com, TravelChannel.com, The Monarch Initiative, Ocala Magazine, and Glam.com. Collaborations have included The Ford Motor Company, Williams-Sonoma Winter Park, the Orlando Museum of Art, the Orlando Magic, and The Grove Winter Park. She continues to expand and refine her skills regularly through floral design/flower farming workshops across the country and as a member of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers.
The event space with attached demonstration kitchen at East End Market.