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Terrariums: Bringing Gardening Indoors| In-person class
January 19 @ 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM CST
Terrariums are a fun and fascinating way to bring gardening indoors. Plus, they serve as an exquisite decoration and a unique conversation piece in your home! Join Rebecca Turk as she teaches you the best methods for constructing and caring for a terrarium.
A terrarium is a clear container that holds a self-sustaining habitat, allowing you to grow plants indoors with little maintenance. Terrariums can come in all kinds of different shapes, sizes, and types! Rebecca’s passion for these mini ecosystems comes alive in this engaging class, so you won’t want to miss it.
Capacity is limited, so reserve your spot today!
Additional Information: This class will take place in person at the Huntsville Botanical Garden. The maximum capacity for this class is 20 attendees, plus the instructors. Attendees will enter the Guest Center and check in at the front desk. From there, a staff member will guide you to the class location in the Anderson Education Classroom. The class will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m., so please arrive at the Garden 15 minutes early to allow time to travel to the class location.
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About Rebecca Turk:
Rebecca has been making terrariums for over a decade. She feels terrariums are a beautiful (and fun) way to approach indoor gardening, and she has been called a “terrarium-aholic” for owning 28 terrariums at once. Rebecca holds a Master of Science degree in Horticulture from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from Stephen F. Austin State University. She discovered her passion for public horticulture and teaching through her mom and her various employments at the SFA Mast Arboretum, “Nacogdoches Naturally” Education Program, Missouri Botanical Garden, JC Raulston Arboretum, and Moore Farms Botanical Garden. At the Huntsville Botanical Garden, she serves as the Director of Learning and Public Engagement. She has a strong passion for educating the community, leadership, public horticulture, and sharing her love for the outdoors while teaching. She and her husband Christopher love their shared interest of horticulture and enjoy every moment outside with their sweet daughter Emilia.