Flower farmers work experience days
If you want to know practical hints and tips to make your flower growing more productive, then these are the sessions for you.
With a small Socially distanced group, you'll learn about seasonal practical tasks, and how to make them efficient and timely, so you can grow the most flowers with the least input. Part workshop, part hands on practical experience these sessions will teach you the similarities and differences between gardening and flower farming
Our sessions will cover one topic each time, and you'll get stuck in to working on at least 2 different projects to give you confidence and practice in the techniques you'll need.
July 21st - Dried flower picking
August 18th - Seed Collection
September TBA - Dahlia Roguing
October 13th - Ranunculus and Anemones
November 10th - Dahlia removal and storage
All sessions are 10.00am-1.00pm
Each session will be £40, please book, stating which session you'd like to take part in,
All these sessions are ideal for those wanting to start flower farming. There will be sponsored places on all of the sessions (with travel costs) for those who would like to learn but are not in the position to pay for the sessions. Please contact Claire for more information on these places.
Terms and conditions - please read before booking.
Our workshops are non refundable, if you are unable to come you may send someone in your place. Please do not come to the farm if you are ill, If you have to cancel due to illness, we will transfer your booking to the next workshop with spaces.
We are a working farm: You need to wear suitable clothes and footwear - trainers or boots, not open toed sandals.
Our workshops would normally take place in mildly inclement weather. We reserve the right to postpone or cancel a workshop if it will be unable to take place due to weather conditions, e.g snow or torrential rain