Find heaps of inspiration and practical knowledge at one of our hands on creative workshops.
Whether you’re looking to create an exquisite hand tie bouquet, learn how to grow flowers for cutting, or love the idea of spending a restorative morning or afternoon immersed in the natural beauty of an English cut flower garden. Take a look at whats on offer as we roll through the seasons of 2019 into 2020.
All our workshops take place where possible in the garden, surrounded by the fragrance and beauty of the flowers. However, if you would like to book a 1:1 or group workshop at a venue of your choice please get in touch.
Information and dates for our 2020 workshops coming soon.
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Autumnal Flower Club
Autumnal colour and scent abound in the garden in October. We will be working with a range of early to mid season chrysanthemums, textural grasses, zingy zinnias, a wonderful selection of dahlias and fragrant phlox. Create a truly sumptuous bunch to take home and enjoy.
Christmas Wreath Making
Enjoy a relaxing morning or afternoon with Gabi creating and making an environmental friendly, compostable and biodegradable Christmas wreath.
Create a beautifully bespoke traditional and natural moss based wreath by choosing from a wide range of seasonal foliage, festive berries, dried flowers and pine cones. Perfect to adorn your door this Christmas or to use as a beautiful candle filled table centre.
All materials will be provided but feel free to bring bits from your garden to add that personal touch. Please bring secateurs or scissors and an apron.
Refreshments and festive nibbles included.
‘I attended one of Gabi’s wreath making workshops 2 years ago which I loved. This year Gabi came to my house for a wreath making workshop. Gabi created a warm, happy and relaxed environment so all eight of us, novices included, enjoyed the wreath making process, starting from bare wire and finishing with a beautiful foliage filled moss wreath. In her calm, encouraging manner Gabi ensured that we all created a front door worthy Christmas wreath.’
Photo credits: Karin Pringscheim