Our Workshops

Interested in knowing more about Microgreens? Join us in our workshops (physical* or virtual!) as we cover the basics of Microgreens and Herb care. Scroll on as we show you our past workshops conducted! For more information, you can use the contact form below, or email us directly at Fleurhousesg@gmail.com. We'd be happy to get in touch and work with you to come up with a package best suited for you! 

*Physical workshops are subjected to Government guidelines

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Orchid Country Club (Zoom Workshop)

Our first workshop took place online with members of Orchid Country Club (OCC). During this hour-long session, we delved into the importance of soil care, and introduced our participants to the different types of microgreens, sowing and watering methods, and how to care for and harvest their microgreens. In addition, we also shared our growing tips and tricks to keep their plants healthy and lush. 

02

Anglo Chinese School (Independent) 
(Zoom Workshop)

Covid aint gonna stop us from having a workshop! We had our second virtual workshop with teachers of Anglo Chinese School (Independent) where we covered topics similar to OCC's. This time, our participants were further engaged as they had collected their planting kit prior to the workshop and were able go through the step by step instructions together. 

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03

Plentyfull Bakery & Deli

Together with Plentyfull Restaurant, we held a small and intimate workshop at their venue in Great World City. Not only did our participants learn about Microgreens, they also got to witness firsthand how our chef associate, Victor whip up a delectable 3-course meal which showcased the harmonious combination of microgreens and simple ingredients that you too, can do! 

04

Montessori Children's House

Bringing a slice of farm to you! In this physical workshop with Montessori Children House, students were engaged as we introduced them to friends on the farm through various hands-on activities and crafts. We even brought live earthworms where courageous ones could hold them. In addition, students also had the chance to practice laying the soil, sowing the seeds, and watering them before each bringing home a mini planting kit to kick start their edible journey! 

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