Little Succers Has Opened a Permanent Succulent Studio and Build-Your-Own Terrarium Bar
You can now head to Neutral Bay to fill a glass case with greenery, with workshops starting from $20.
It started life as a succulent delivery service and online store, offering same-day delivery of its hard-to-kill gifts to suburbs across Sydney. Now, off the back of a two-year Surry Hills pop-up, the folks behind Little Succers have found themselves a new permanent home, opening the doors to a greenery-focused studio in Neutral Bay. And, as well as being the brand's new HQ, the site will play host to a regular series of Little Succers' much-loved build-your-own terrarium workshops.
Cheery and colourful, the new digs feature pops of apricot and green, with a hand-painted succulent mural splashed across one wall. Also catching the eye is the front window, thanks to a big neon sign spelling out the Little Succers motto: 'because flowers die'.
In line with the newly expanded offering of workshops — which will now be held every two weeks, as well as for privately booked events — the light-filled space boasts a roomy central work table, as well as a fun self-serve station housing all the pebbles, soil, sand and other bits that go into making the DIY terrariums. Another set of shelves is stocked with an array of succulents that you might want to feature as part of your creation. You'll get to choose from a variety of different vases, too.
The next run of terrarium workshops are happening daily from Saturday, April 17–Saturday, April 24, with spots now available to book via the Little Succers website. More dates are also open during May and June. A 90-minute session will cost you $20, which is then redeemable on your terrarium creation on the day. Terrarium prices range from $65–150, depending on how OTT you go with your inclusions.
Find Little Succers' new Build-Your-Own Terrarium Bar at Shop 5 and 6, 81-91 Military Road, Neutral Bay. Jump over to the website for more info and to book in for a workshop.
Published on April 12, 2021 by Libby Curran