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The Art of Kokedama w/ Topacio

at The King's Roost - Silver Lake 3734 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90026

Kokedama is Japanese word for "moss ball." I have the first Kokedama business in Los Angeles and have been making these works of art for four years now. Making Kokedamas involves taking a plant and crafting it into a soil ball with peat moss and then wrapping it with sheet moss, ultimately becoming a self sustaining pot. I have my own online store...

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China Pink

at Floral Art - Culver City 3607 Hayden Ave, Culver City, California 90232

Calming combinations of pale pink to powder blue blooms are harmoniously blended into modern arrangements with Asian flair.  Calla Lilies, Orchids, Hyacinth and Horsetail will be featured. We'll also share tranquil decor tips for the new year.

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Aquaponics and Urban Farm Tour

at The King's Roost - we will provide after registration

Ever wondered how aquaponics works? Roe will teach you how the system works - he will take you through all the elements of both his 2 aquaponic systems - one built from parts, one built from a kit. You will see how a fully functioning home aquaponics system works - from fish to plants. Refreshments included.   You'll also get to visit with the...

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Vegetable Garden Design for Landscape Designers

at Santa Monica College - Santa Monica SMC Bundy Campus 3171 S Bundy Dr, Santa Monica, California 90066

Learn how to design vegetable gardens that are functional, as well as attractive. Find out how to avoid common mistakes when planning vegetable gardens for your clients. Also, learn trade secrets for food-safe materials, top quality soils, best irrigation choices for urban vegetable gardens, and much more.

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Arboriculture 1: How to Identify Trees

at Los Angeles City College - Los Angeles 855 N Vermont Ave Admin Bldg 112, Los Angeles, California 90029

With drought and a changing climate, it’s more important than ever to learn how to select, plant and care for one of the most important biological resources for urban living - trees! Identify, plant, and take care of trees and solve common problems arising with various species common in Southern California. Over the course of 5 weeks, discussion...

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Discover Descanso

at El Camino College - Torrance 16007 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, California 90506

Perhaps you have heard of it but have never ventured there. Now is your opportunity to discover a treasure in our midst. Descanso Gardens is an urban retreat of year-round natural beauty, internationally renowned botanical collections, and spectacular seasonal horticultural displays. During April when we’ve scheduled our discovery, azaleas, camellias,...

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Small Town Charm & Big City Ideas Day Excursion

at El Camino College - Torrance 16007 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, California 90506

Today we are joined by local professional step-on guide and former professor of urban studies, Bill “Hoffy” Hoffman. You’ll love Bill’s fun personality and you’ll be impressed with his vast knowledge – he once helped to designate L.A.’s first residential historic district. His passion is showing others the fascinating features of towns...

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No More Postmates: The Art of Micro-Farming

at Urban Elective - Boyle Heights 2350 Sunrise St, Los Angeles, California 90023

This class explores regenerative practices for growing food, medicine, herbs, and flowers. You’ll leave class with the knowledge to grow edibles and their companions regardless of growing constraints and without chemicals. Containers, shade, poor soil – we’ll move through it all so you emerge with a thumb some shade of green! This class is for...

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Intro to the Art of Bonsai

at Urban Elective - Boyle Heights 671 S Anderson St, Los Angeles, California 90023

Students will first receive an overview into the art and history of bonsai; students will then venture into styling techniques, tools, and horticulture for bonsai. Students will learn how to prepare, maintain, and style their own bonsai and will leave the class as an experienced bonsai owner! Materials Fee: $50 payable via check or cash on the first...

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Intro to Beekeeping

at Urban Elective - Westwood 1099 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90024

To take this course, all you need is an interest in bees! We will cover different types of beekeeping, bee biology, swarms, anatomy, behavior, beekeeping tools, annual activity and much more. It has been said that “bees find you” – here they are! Materials Fee:  No materials needed. A suggested reading list will be provided for interested...

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Spring Garden

at Namaste Highland Park - Los Angeles 5118 York Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90042

Learn how to get started growing your own food at home. Spring arrives early in Los Angeles. Take advantage of our unique weather to grow food year round. In this workshop we'll discuss what grows well now, how to transition from your winter garden into spring crops and prepare for summer. We'll discuss all the basics of urban gardening from creating...

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