Career Change Flower Farming
On this potentially life changing workshop Georgie will show you how you can grow flowers for profit from a space as small as your average allotment to larger areas, how to lay out your space, decide about and use poly tunnels, make raised beds, create windbreaks, and work your earth to your flowers’ best advantage.
Creating a flower farm and making a living from it is a dream held dear by many. Come on this day and Georgie Newbery will help turn that dream into a reality.
While making sure that you are realistic about how much you can hope to take home financially from such a venture, and showing you how to practically combine the time you have available, with the flowers you want to grow, and the money in your pocket at the end of the day, Georgie will give your a truly inspirational day.
You’ll have a full tour of the flower farm at Common Farm Flowers, with honest demonstrations of how to create useful beds for growing in and useful space for harvesting. You’ll learn how to manage your year to make sure you are making the most of the flowery opportunities you have to make a living doing something you love. And at the foundation of it all will be Georgie’s insistence that you learn how to run your cashflow as the most important part of your venture, closely followed by your marketing strategy.
Lots of people can grow flowers. Georgie will show you how to grow them strategically and for a realistic profit, using your time effectively, so that you can enjoy earning a living doing something that you love.
£190 including lunch, teas and coffees and lots of cake. Maximum 10 people on each workshop day.
One of recent workshop participants had this to say after they'd been along to this workshop. "The content of the course, the wander round Common Farm and Georgie’s personalised advice gave us much food for thought. We spent at least 48 hours digesting everything we had taken in separately before we sat down and worked out our plan forwards together. Thanks again for a really helpful and inspirational day. We wouldn’t have been able to do such careful planning without our day at Common Farm."