DIY Dish Gardening – The Thriller Filler Spiller Approach

Outdoors or indoor, one can combine different plants that work in harmony to create a lush container that’s sure to dazzle wherever it’s placed.

This interactive workshop will help identify plants that fall under the thriller, filler, spiller category and that have similar soil, water and light requirements.

This design concept utilizes three or more different types of plants to create well rounded and upright arrangements, a simple recipe to soothe the soul, eyes and heart.

Come learn the art of putting together a visually dynamic container with stunning, air purifying house plants that are easy to care for and maintain.

It’s a 2hr DIY workshop with a step by step instruction to enable and create a well-balanced, aesthetically appealing plant arrangement.

And what’s more you get to take your master creation home!

Kit includes: Studio pottery ceramic planter 6″ to 8″, 3-4 air purifying ornamental houseplants, in scale decoratives for additional beautification.

Facilitator Bio: Shilpa Chauhan

Shilpa Chauhan is currently the head of design at Ferns N Petals, an alumnus of prestigious NIFT having worked with companies like Landmark Group India, Marks and Spencer UK etc.

Hailing from Shimla she always had an eye for green landscapes.

As they say, once a mountain girl, always a mountain girl. She learnt the art of professional miniature gardening in the UK and came back to India to pursue it further as a lifestyle hobby.

So far, she has introduced the concept in cities like Hyderabad, Chandigarh and Shimla.

She is now bringing the art to Zorba the Buddha, in New Delhi!

* Please wear loose and comfortable clothes.

* This program is open to everyone; you can list this in the media.

*All of our programs are in English.

Date: 8th March, 2020

Timings: 10:45 AM – 1:00 PM

Meal: Lunch

Contact: Shirish +91 8929014987



Contact: Moksha +91 97174 69268

Please call between: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM IST

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