SUNDAYJIFS
30th October - 3rd November 2019
Waterfall City, JHB

WORKSHOPS

Learn more, do more.

Power-packed interactive workshops covering a range of flower, gardening, and DIY tips.

Protea Nana

WORKSHOP LINEUP

The line-up of contributors will include our experts and judges, Jill Manson, Sharon McGukin, Leon Kluge and Pascal Garbe as well as the very best in the industry such as Ludwig Roses, Jojo Tanks and many more. Some topics that will be discussed include:

    1. Water-savvy gardening
    2. Rose care
    3. Flowering arrangements
    4. Floral demos
    5. Garden design

GROW YOUR INDIGENOUS SOUTH AFRICAN GARDEN

Protea nana is a charming, dainty, densely branched, small shrub, with globous, deep green, needle-like, curved leaves, pointing upwards. The branches are gracefully curved carrying beautiful cup-shaped, wine red, pendulous flowers heads, from midwinter to early summer (from June to November). New branches are green and turn red in the following season and then turn brown when mature. The flower heads may vary in color from red to bright red. This species is serotinous, which means that the seed will remain on the plant for years at a time.

FLOWERS

Jill Manson will lead a panel of flower experts that will cover a range of flower related topics including:

– Street Savvy and Styled Displays
– Beautiful hand tied bouquets
– Exquisite event flowers
– Fresh fun and Conceptual ideas for everyday living
– Floral installations and suspended florals
– Foraged, whimsical and wild
– Interior Décor and Floral design
– Floral décor

A full programme of topics and speakers will soon be announced.

GARDENS

Leon Kluge will lead a panel of local and international gardening and landscaping experts that will cover a range of topics across many aspects of gardening including:

– Leon Kluge’s Chelsea Flower Show experience
– Leon Kluge’s Singapore Flower Show experience
– The Perspective of an International judge
– Designing a garden for a small space
– Building a water-wise garden
– Grass and South Africa

A full programme of topics and speakers will soon be announced.