This holiday season, make a bountiful centerpiece to decorate your home or to give away as a special gift using fresh fruit, pinecones, and a gorgeous array of fresh evergreens from the Glen Burnie Gardens. Led by MSV Horticulturist Chantal Ludder, participants will also learn the best methods of keeping their centerpieces fresh and green.
MSV Members: $35; all others: $45 (includes MSV admission and all supplies). Registration required by December 4; register online or call 540-662-1473, ext. 240. All materials provided.
Chantal Ludder has a BA in Environmental and Urban Studies from Bard College where she completed a thesis on the Study of Arthropod Populations Across Native and Exotic Plant Collections. While in college, Chantal interned with Stonecrop Gardens in Cold Spring, NY, and was a horticulture assistant in the Horticulture Department and Resident Assistant at Bard. Prior to joining the MSV, Chantal was a Horticulturalist with the Greater Newark Conservancy in New Jersey where she managed the Judith L. Shipley Environmental Center for three years, encompassing educational greenhouse with established plant collection, along with 10 interconnected teaching gardens featuring mature plant collection, raised vegetable beds, compost bins and native pond. Chantal served as Chair of the Public Events Committee at the Greater Newark Conservancy in Garden State Gardens Consortium.
Fri, Dec 08 • 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
MSV Members: $35REGISTER HERE