Dec 24, 2012
Dish Garden Class at Sprout
By Alice Oglethorpe
Is your green thumb itching even though the weather is chilly and the ground hard? Try your hand at indoor gardening. Sprout Home is hosting a class called Dish Gardens on December 29 and January 12. You’ll get the materials and advice to create a shallow group of plants perfect for bringing life to a side table, bookshelf, or any other corner of your home. Buy a shallow container in the store or bring your own (just make sure it’s at least one-inch deep). Then browse the store for perfect plants and materials. The cost of the class depends on the materials you choose and whether or not you buy a container (it will likely run between $25 and $100). Best part: You get to walk out with your completed creation! Sign up soon—these classes tend to fill up quickly.
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