Learn how to grow your own cut flowers!
There is something magical about having a cut flower garden. Imagine being able to gather armfuls of beautiful blooms from your own patch. It’s inspiring, uplifting and totally addictive.
If you love the idea of having an abundance of wonderful blooms to lift your spirits and share with others, then this workshop is for you.
During the session we’ll discuss the different types of flowers you can grow, where to grow them, reliable varieties, and what equipment you will need. We’ll also talk about how to maximise the vase life of your flowers, and the types of arrangements you could make. In addition we’ll look at how you can get make your patch as productive as possible, giving you a continuous succession of beautiful flowers throughout the season.
Detailed handouts are included in the price.
Venue: our plot at Primrose Vale Farm
Please note: this workshop will be outdoors so please dress accordingly. We recommend bringing your own thermos to warm your hands if it’s a particularly chilly day!
This course is aimed at beginners. More advanced growers may prefer to book a 1:1 consultation with Liz for more detailed and specific advice.
Accessibility: Please be aware that this is first and foremost a small working flower plot with uneven ground and narrow paths between flower beds. As such, the plot is likely to be inaccessible for most wheelchairs. It may also pose difficulties for customers with disabilities to access. If you would like to come to one of our events and have specific access requirements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before booking to discuss whether we will be able to make reasonable adjustments to enable you to participate. We recommend visitors to the site wear sturdy footwear and clothes that they don’t mind getting a bit mucky.
Kind words about Grow, Blossom and Flourish:
‘I had a great time at the Grow, Blossom and Flourish workshop. It was a great group of people and a really informative day with lots of hints and tips. It was lovely to meet you and I will look out for upcoming workshops.’ (Winnie)