Noting the number of urban dwellers who want more plants in their lives but don’t have green thumbs yet, plant consultant and former elementary educator Maryah Greene stepped up to provide support so these new plant parents can create functional, long-term green spaces of their own. She’ll share how she turned an Instagram account full of plant care tips and tricks into Greene Piece, a Brooklyn-based business that provides individualized repotting workshops, plant problem diagnosis, full-service interior plant design, and more. Join us to hear Greene’s success stories from the field that have been profiled in The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Vogue, and more.
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About the Speaker
Maryah Greene is a New York based, Japan-bred Plant Stylist and consultant. She is a graduate from the Bank Street College of Education mastering General Education and Literacy. While all seemingly unrelated, it’s Maryah’s blended background and upbringing — paired with her inherent and undeniably nurturing nature — that seamlessly lead to the creation of Greene Piece.
What started as an Instagram account filled with plant tips and tricks, has blossomed into a full-blown business. She solidified her position as New York’s go-to plant stylist following appearances and features in The New York Times, Vogue, Good Morning America and more.