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Class size: 2 students
daytime-evening-some weekends

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913-708-2988



Class topics:

1 Day Wedding Workshop
featuring Holly Chapple products includes floral tool and handouts
2 designs
$295 per person

Consumer Bunch of Flowers
3 hours training
includes flowers, container & handouts
$65 per person




Flowers to carry/Weddings
6 hours training
2 sizes & styles
$200 per person


Flowers to wear/Weddings
8 hours training
ring, necklace, wrist & pin on
$200 per person





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I am looking forward to meeting you in the classroom and sharing my floral passion and knowledge with you!! I love to learn new things....Hope you do too!!



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Sincerely,

Christina Burton-Fox AIFD
floral artist & instructor

913-708-2988
flowerclassroom@gmail.com

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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Flower Farms in Southern California update

While the wildfires in Southern California approached some of the nation's largest flower farms and hampered the ability for some employees to work, the Golden State's farms are open and operating.

"We haven't received any reports of production loss or farms lost due to the fires in Southern California," explained California Cut Flower Commission CEO & Ambassador Kasey Cronquist. "We're in close contact with our farms in Santa Barbara, Ventura and San Diego Counties and so far our farms are checking in as safe and continuing to operate."

Flames could be seen on the hillsides from the nurseries in Carpinteria Valley on Monday morning. Photo by Ivan Van Wingerden of Everbloom, Inc.

The Thomas Fire near Carpinteria, known as the nation's flower basket, appeared to get dangerously close to some farms and nurseries. However, farmers in Carpinteria Valley confirmed that the fires appeared closer than they actually were.

Interactive Map Highlights the proximity of the fire 
to the flower farms in Carpinteria Valley.

"Everybody is still in business, there have been no losses to farms as far as I know," reports David Van Wingerden, owner of Westland Produce Inc. "It's business as usual for Carpinteria-area flower farms."

Christina Burton-Fox AIFD floral artist & instructor

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