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DIY Living Succulent Wreath Workshop
UC Master Gardener Garden Education Center at the San Mateo Event Center (next to the Jockey Club)
2495 S. Delaware Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94403
Contact: mgsmsf@ucanr.edu
Sponsor: Master Gardeners of San Mateo & San Francisco

DIY Living Succulent Wreath Workshop

Join us outdoors at the Gardening Education Center for a DIY Living Succulent Wreath Workshop. Beautiful succulent wreaths are perfect for holiday decor and gift-giving, but last far beyond the holiday season. Succulents come in an array of types and colors and it is easy to create an eye-pleasing combination of textures and hues to decorate your front door or other outdoor spaces. Best of all, they are long lasting and require little water or maintenance. 

We will provide 11” moss wreath forms, a variety of succulents, and all the tools you need. Participants will leave with a beautiful piece of living art and tips on how to keep their wreath looking its best for months - and beyond!
We will also discuss the basic principles of succulent care and propagation so that once your wreath needs a “make-over”, you will be able to transplant your succulents into a container, directly into your garden or reuse them in your wreath and, most importantly, keep them healthy and beautiful for years to come.

Master Gardener Presenter Sharon Winnike: Sharon Winnike has been a volunteer UC Master Gardener since 2010 and has been active in the establishment of the Gardening Education Center and its new speaker series. Her personal garden features oak trees and shade plants, edibles, a succulent garden, containers gardens and, of course, many, succulent wreaths!

Cost: $50 for materials

Registration is Required: Please click here

Directions/Parking: Please follow directions to the Jockey Club at the San Mateo Event Center.  Do not go to the San Mateo Event Center pay parking off of Saratoga. Enter from S. Delaware St. going toward the Jockey Club. After you enter the parking lot, drive immediately to the left where you will see a green lawn and large eucalyptus trees and the UC Master Gardeners GEC (Gardening Education Center).  Parking is free.