The 7th February workshop has now taken place but, if you don't want to wait for the next workshop on 27th March, the recording is available to buy until 21st February. Simply order as if you were booking a place on the session and we will send the recording over to you as soon as we get chance. Please note, orders placed between 9th and 18th February will be sent out on 19th February.
Georgie Newbery will show you the essentials for creating a successful cut flower patch on this online workshop.
Find out how to cut the space up, how to create lush soil which your plants will love, what to plant and where, top tips for varieties and percentage use of space per kind of plant.
Do you need a greenhouse or tunnel? Where should you put it? What would make a good wind break? How much foliage will you need? Which are the best accent flowers, filler and foliage to grow? Do you need a lot of room? Georgie will take you through all these questions, with a tour through her own cut flower patches and some sketched designs to help inspire you to create a cut flower garden in your own space.
Georgie has been growing cut flowers and perennials for bouquets and other arrangements since 2009. She started on a space about the dimensions of a good sized allotment, and now grows in four patches covering about three and a half acres. She knows the most important varieties to plant, and how much room to the square metre that plants need. Let her inspire you to start creating your cut flower patch ready for a bounty of flowers all summer long next year.
Lasting around two hours, the workshop has space for just 15 participants and costs £95 per person, which includes a link to the recorded session and notes to remind you of the design priorities Georgie has identified.
If you are considering doing this workshop, you might be interested in our Flower Farming Workshop Package, which combines this workshop with our Flower Farmer's Year workshop (and is aimed at anyone, whether growing flowers for profit or pleasure.)
Information about all our online workshops and demos:
All our online workshops and demos take place via Zoom at 5.00pm (UK time.)
Workshops last approximately two hours and demos are around an hour.
We will be in touch a few days before the workshop with your joining instructions. If you’ve not received this email 48 hours beforehand please email firstname.lastname@example.org but do please first check your junk / spam items and make sure you are checking the inbox of the email address you used to book your place.
We will send recordings (and notes if applicable) of workshops within 7 days of the session taking place, but usually much sooner than this.
You are very welcome to buy a place on our workshops or demos even if you can't attend live.