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Posted on: November 6, 2020

Local plant expert Mary Fosse to lead interactive carnivorous terrarium program

Picture of a carnivorous terrarium with a sundew plant and plastic dinosaurs.

EVERETT, WA – Want to watch a plant eat bugs? Create your very own carnivorous terrarium with a sundew plant that eats fruit-flies! Join Everett Public Library and Mary Fosse from the Carnivorous Terrariums nursery on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 10:30 a.m. for a live virtual program appropriate for curious kids, teens, and adults. 

The Everett Public Library has a limited number of free supply kits available, so that participants can make their own fruit-fly-eating terrariums at home! 

The program will be led by Mary Fosse, owner of Carnivorous Terrariums.  Fosse is an Everett resident who turned her passion for plants into a thriving small business that teaches workshops and sells lasting carnivorous plant terrariums. Fosse will help you explore the fascinating world of carnivorous plants with live specimens and show you how to care for them. 

This program is free and open to the public. It will be presented live on Crowdcast and will be available again for later viewing for registered participants. Save your spot for the event at crowdcast.io/e/terrarium and request a free kit at epls.org/kits.

Visit www.epls.org or call 425-257-8000 to learn more about this event and other library programs and services.

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