Winter in Naples is wonderful. Club members and talented designers Raynelle Perkins, Mary Raymond and Mary Pulick inspire us with holiday floral design ideas using plant materials unique to our SW Florida climate. We are so lucky to be living in Naples where there is a plethora of unusual plant material to be used for holiday decoration. They will create three beautiful designs using things that are readily available in our winter season.
A Living Wreath
With a wire ring, some moss and live plants, Mary Pulick will create a living wreath that can serve as a centerpiece or a wall/door decoration.
An Embellished Wreath
Raynelle will be embellishing a wreath with the wonderful materials growing and available in Florida. Some of the materials she will be using are magnolia leaves, herbs, and fruits and vegetables.
A Magnolia Garland/Kissing Ball
At $15.00 a foot wholesale why not try your hand at using local materials? They dry beautifully and will not need much care once put in place. Mary Raymond will show you how.
Mary Pulick has been a gardener and garden club member for over forty years. Active in the Michigan Garden Clubs, she has held many positions in both clubs and the state organization. Attendance and sponsoring National Garden Club Schools has been a high priority and Mary is a NGC Landscape Consultant, a NGC Gardening Study Consultant and a Master NGC Flower Show Judge.
Mary Greer Raymond is a member of Wayzata Garden Club, Lake Minnetonka Garden Club, GCA and a GCA Flower Arranging Judge since 2006. Mary also has been a GCA Zone XI Flower Show Committee Representative from 2009-2011. In June she exhibited at the 10th World Association of Flower Arrangers Show in Boston.
Raynelle Perkins is a native Minneapolitan and has had her own interior design business. When she is not designing for the home, she is creating imaginative wedding and party floral arrangements.
Monday, December 5, 2011
1 pm – 3 pm
Moorings Presbyterian Church
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December 4, 2011
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