Make Your Own Floral Arrangement with Little State Flower Company at Linden Place Mansion

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On Wednesday, May 30, Linden Place Mansion will be hosting a floral design workshop with the Little State Flower Company and Studio Choo East. The event will take place in Linden Place’s historic ballroom. Floral design workshop taught by Little State Flower Co and Studio Choo East hosted in the gorgeous historic barn at Linden Place. The event will take place on Wednesday, May 30 from 6-8pm.

Participants will be designing with 100% local flowers and foliage grown in Portsmouth, RI. Flowers that will be highlighted are as follows: airy spring blooms such as poppies, higella, sweet peas, ranunculus, anemone and more! These flowers are not seen at local grocery stores and rarely get the opportunity to be designed with. Participants will learn how to build a vase with our perennial foliage’s and herbs to incorporate the delicate nature of the season flower options available.

Little State Flower Company is the largest wholesale local and sustainable flower farm in RI. It is a 5-acre specialty-cut flower farm based on Aquidneck Island in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Little State focuses on sustainable, environmentally-friendly growing practices in an effort to create local, healthy options for the wedding and event industry in and around Rhode Island. Little State Flower Co is the largest wholesale local and sustainable flower farm in Rhode Island and Studio Choo East is one of the hottest floral designers in the country! Participants will be designing with 100% local flowers and foliage grown in Portsmouth, RI.

Admission is $55, Linden Place members will receive a $10 discount. Reservations are required. For more information, reservations or to purchase tickets to any event, please call (401) 253- 0390, visit www.lindenplace.org or email info@lindenplace.org.

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