In addition, we often host makers for trunk shows and gallery events, and host private workshops. Consult the calendar of events, below, and join our mailing list to receive periodic updates about what’s going on at Pistils.
Workshops tend to fill quickly. Registration for our current workshop series — including our terrarium workshop, kokedama workshop and tillandsia mounting workshop — is available below through our web shop.
We love hosting private parties, workshops, retreats and other special events in our beautiful new Solarium. Interested in scheduling an event? We’d love to hear about it.
CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS
Tue14Mar20177:00 pmPistils Nursery // 3811 N Mississippi Ave. Portland, OR 97227
[REGISTER] Join Pistils staff for our monthly Terrarium workshop: An after-hours event in which you'll learn the art and craft of terrarium building, with complementary wine!
In this month's class, you can craft a terrarium big or small - the choice is yours, and you're even welcome to bring your own vessel! You'll learn all of our favorite tricks and tips for design, planting and care from Pistils staff, and have all of the resources of the nursery--including our beautiful "Terrarium Bar"--at your disposal.
Tue28Mar20177:00 pm - 9:00 pmPistils Nursery // 3811 N Mississippi Ave. Portland, OR 97227
[REGISTER]Join Pistils staff at our newest workshop, where you'll mount your very own Staghorn Fern onto a rustic cedar board.
We'll teach you the proper method to mount these dramatic ferns, named for their long antler-like fronds. You'll leave the class with your completed mount and knowing the ins and outs of staghorn fern care. Completed mounts are easy to care for and make beautiful additions to any home. Workshop admission includes all materials necessary to create one staghorn fern mount, as well as hands-on assembly and care instruction plus complementary wine.
Tue04Apr20177:00 pmPistils Nursery // 3811 N Mississippi Ave. Portland, OR 97227
[REGISTER]Join Pistils staff to learn the art and craft of the Japanese Kokedama -- a traditional bonsai form.
Kokedama, simply translated, means "moss ball." In this all inclusive class, you'll create your own Kokedama from a tropical plant of your choosing, and learn best practices for care and upkeep to keep your new string garden beautiful and healthy, all while enjoying complementary wine.