Our extensive cutting gardens offer an invaluable resource to help you learn how to grow cut flowers, either for your own garden or on a larger scale. Practical sessions combined with Rachel and Ashley’s insight will give you the skills you need to plant your own plot for a continual supply of home-grown arrangements. For a cutting patch in your back garden, see Grow Your Own Cut Flowers.
If you dream of making a living from what you love, then then our flower farming courses will give you the start you need to make your dream a reality. They cover everything from how and what to grow to where to find a market for your cut flowers and for 2019 you can choose from a day course or a 3 day seasonal session. Rachel and Ashley will teach you how to create a thriving floricultural business.
Or, take your growing skills to a professional level with one of our masterclass courses. Whether growing for show, for sale, or for your own garden, these more focused sessions give you valuable information that you can’t find in books.
You’ll go home with armfuls of flowers and a head full of know-how to make your garden grow. Our courses can be bought as gifts and we can send a card out to you or the lucky recipient.
I highly recommend taking Rachel’s courses. She is so knowledgeable and has such a wonderful teaching style.
RONA WHEELDON, Flowerona
Course Calendar 2019
Sunday 3rd March – Flower Farming – Through the Seasons
Wednesday 6th March – Flower Farming – Through the Seasons FULLY BOOKED
Sunday March 10th – Flower Farming for Beginners
Wednesday March 13th – Flower Farming for Beginners
Sunday April 7th – Grow Your Own Cut Flowers
Wednesday April 10th – Grow Your Own Cut Flowers – 1 LEFT
Wednesday 12th June – Flower Farming – Through the Seasons – FULLY BOOKED
Mon 24th-26th June – Grow your own cut flowers for pleasure or profit (@West Dean Gardens)
Sunday 9th June – Flower Farming – Through the Seasons
Wednesday 11th September – Flower Farming – Through the Seasons FULLY BOOKED
Sunday 15th September – Flower Farming – Through the Seasons