He was very detailed and fun.
It was just ok for me. The bowls used did not allow for creativity, they were too small at the opening so we were limited on decorating, and that was frustrating. We were limited having to share supplies with others, and if someone chose what you wanted to use you had to pick from what was left. It was a one time experience, I can say I’ve done it, but I wouldn’t care to do it again.
It was fun but brief. The only reason why I’m not giving it five stars is because it was rather expensive for what you’re getting, and we got plants that were pretty much wilted. While we were planting our succulents, most of the leaves fell off, but the instructor wouldn’t let us trade for other plants and refused to acknowledge that they were no good.
Not enough attention from staff. Not enough supplies AT ALL, they ran out of plants- we had a chance to get the dead ones. Since their supply was limited I wish they gave a variation of how they gave out the supplies as they will always get to our table last and usually with limited left overs or nothing at all. Waste of time..waste of money. Did not enjoy this experience.
my first time trying something different and the instructor made it really fun and she was very knowledgeable on explaining everything we needed to know.love it will definitely go back
Very fun, unique experience. Teacher was fun and knowledgable. Materials were just as expected. Only thing that couldve made this better is BYOB.
From Our Editors
In more than 78 cities across the US and Canada, Plant Nite turns ordinary neighborhood bars and pubs into garden-making parties with a twist. Featured in everything from Country Living to _Nylon, the plant-making parties are a fun escape and the perfect place to drink, laugh, and get creative alongside friends and family. Fans of Plant Nite will love the company’s original venture, Paint Nite—where party-goers create original paintings in the same social, laid-back atmosphere.