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Flower Club

Join us to learn about all aspects of growing, harvesting, conditioning and arranging with cut flowers throughout the year at our much loved Featherstone’s Flower Club.

Whether you're a novice or a seasoned enthusiast, Jess and Katie will share their years of expertise in floriculture and eco-friendly Floral Design methods so you feel confident growing and arranging your own cut flowers at home.


How it works

Sessions are fun, relaxed and social. They usually involve a hands-on discussion in the field on the topic for the month, with a practical guide to harvesting the wide variety of stems available, before bringing them back to the stunning Tithe Barn.

There you will be taught how to condition and arrange your flowers focusing on a different technique each session to celebrate the best of the seasonal blooms available. You will be led through a variety of floral arrangements including individual designs and large group installations.

Refreshments will be served with delicious locally made cakes and biscuits. At the end of the session, you are welcome to take your flowers home.


Flower Club starts at the beginning of April and we run nine sessions. Your purchase buys you eight of these sessions as we know that there is usually something which prevents you from attending during the year.


We will be running morning sessions twice a month on a Monday morning and once a month on a Monday evening, which you are able to swap between to best suit you. Morning sessions start at 0930 and evening sessions start at 1830 and last around 2.5 hours.


New members receive their own bucket, snips and guide to sustainable floristry mechanics. Returning members can use their discount for the following year's club.

Each month you will receive notes on the subjects discussed within the session.

You'll also receive a special flower club discount code giving you 10% off any purchases made with us throughout the year.

Course Content: 


15th April - 9.30am & 6.30pm

22nd April 9.30am

Field & Growing: Tour and introduction to the flower field. What to sow now to have a year of blooms.

Floristry: The fundamentals of harvesting and conditioning flowers. Create your own vase arrangement to take home. Vase included.


13th May 9.30am & 6.30pm

20th May 9.30am

Field & Growing: Discussion on planting out and what and how to do The Chelsea Chop

Floristry: Meadow inspired arrangements using reusable vessels.


10th June 9.30am & 6.30pm

17th June 9.30am

Field & Growing: Sowing biennials and late summer annuals

Floristry: A low bowl arrangement, bowl included


15th July 9.30am & 6.30pm

22nd July 9.30am 

Field & Growing: Feeding, watering, staking

Floristry: Group session, creating flower clouds suspended from the barn beams.


12th August 9.30am & 6.30pm

19th August 9.30am

Field & Growing: Bulbs - ordering & preparing to plant. What to sow now.

Floristry: Creating a hand-tied bouquet - achieving the perfect spiral!


9th September 9.30am & 6.30pm

16th September 9.30am

Field & Growing: Sowing & dividing perennials to increase your plants

Floristry: Group session, creating a dramatic floral archway in the doors of our fabulous barn.


14th October 9.30am & 6.30pm

21st October 9.30am

Field & Growing: Starting anemones and ranunculus

Floristry: Creating your own dried flower wreath to take home and keep for years.


11th November 9.30am & 6.30pm

18th November 9.30am

Field & Growing: Soil care for healthy soil and a booming microbiome!

Floristry: Create an autumn mantlepiece arrangements - learn & practice and apply at home!


9th December 9.30am & 6.30pm

End the year with a festive flower club making your Christmas wreath or table arrangement with drinks and nibbles to celebrate the year of flowers!


Please note that topics may be altered depending on the availability of the flowers. It is unlikely that dates will be changed but occasionally this can happen. If so you will be notified in advance.




Price: £490

Payment plans are available - spread the cost over three months. Just contact us for more information

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