Everything, Everywhere Succulent Terrariums with Maria

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Have you seen the movie “Everything, Everywhere all at Once“? Maria has become obsessed with it and loves it with all her heart. From all the spectacular performances to the gut-wrenching mother-daughter scenes, she cried-laughed all through out.

So to celebrate all their Oscar nominations and because all Maria wants is Evelyn and Jobu Tupaki rocks, here is the Everything, Everywhere edition of our succulent bowl class! We will learn how to make our own open terrarium and decorate it with fun elements from the movie. 

If you’d just like to learn about terrariums and succulents and go home with a lovely succulent bowl come along as well! 

What will we cover?

Join us and learn:

  • How to design a terrarium for functionality, so it lasts alive for a long time
  • How to make it pretty and “landscape” your terrarium
  • Rocks for Evelyn and Joy, googly eyes everywhere! 
  • Chance to make and bake specific decor such as sausage hands, Deirdre’s auditing award… we could attempt a Racacoony! 
  • What plants work well and which ones to cluster together
  • How to keep your new plant-babies happy and well.


    • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
    • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
    • Early Bird Discounted Tickets
    • Free Tickets to First Nation Attendees
    • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request
    Maria in a crocheted fox hood

    Who will be Teaching?

    Maria (she/her) became obsessed with indoor plants during the Pandemic and gradually went to learn all she could about plant parenting. Then she started growing her collection to about 400 plants last time she counted! You can follow her plant addiction on Instagram at @malayebra.  

    In addition to plants and crafting, she also has a passion for cooking and baking, light painting and running Laneway Learning.

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