2495 S. Delaware Avenue
San Mateo, CA 94403
Pumpkin Succulent Decorating Workshop
Join us outdoors at the Gardening Education Center for our first holiday class of the year. Get ready for Halloween and Thanksgiving and learn how to make beautiful succulent centerpieces with pumpkins. We will provide pumpkins, moss, succulents, plant material and all the tools you need. Using basic centerpiece design principles, you will learn how to arrange and display your unique creation. Participants will leave with a beautiful piece of living art to wow guests, family, and friends.
We will also discuss the basic principles of succulent care and propagation so that, once the fall holiday season is over, you can transplant your succulents into a container or directly into your garden and keep them healthy and beautiful for years to come.
Co-Presenter Master Gardener Cynthia Nations: Master Gardener Cynthia Nations worked as a teacher from 2nd grade to doctoral level students, campus and district administrator, adjunct professor in educational leadership, and nationwide consultant for school improvement during her career in education. She became a UC Master Gardener in 2015 when she moved to CA from TX. She is semi-retired and enjoys her grandchildren, succulents and organic vegetable gardening, painting watercolors, and other projects in Half Moon Bay.
Co-Presenter Master Gardener Yana Maloney: Master Gardener Yana Maloney is a passionate gardener who fell in love with succulents years ago. She grows and propagates them throughout the year and uses them in decorating her garden and home. Having become a Master Gardener in 2018, she looks forward to sharing her knowledge and enthusiasm with the community.
Class Fee: $25 for course 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 Avenue. 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 Gardener GEC (Gardening Education Center).