Wismar's unpackaged store becomes the backdrop for the sprouting of change. Enchanting floral decorations from the SlowFlower movement arranged in handmade ceramics, meet the fresh idea of compostable ToGo tableware. Rounded out by a swap and buy market for pre-picked vegetable plants, garden perennials and seeds. Everything is new in May!
The füllwerk - Wismar's first unpackaged store is bursting with green ideas. This Saturday, Slowflower gardener Hanna Dittrich from Dalliendorf will enchant you with the Japanese art of flower arranging "Ikebana" and invites you to try your hand at it yourself. The handmade vessels for this grow out of the hands of the ceramist Christiane Gregorowius from Dambeck. Isabelle Weniger, a student of Material Culture Design from Wismar, will present her master's thesis. She develops and designs a sustainable, 100% compostable disposable tableware. An open exchange to share, swap and sell seeds, pre-picked vegetable plants and garden perennials will also get your pots, balconies and gardens sprouting. The füllwerk team will provide snacks and drinks for a small donation and introduce you to the world of unpackaged shopping. We look forward to seeing you!
Whitsun: Sat 10-18 h
Jan-Dec: Tue-Fri 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat 9 a.m.-3 p.m.