Featherstone's Flower Club

Join us for floral indulgence throughout the year.


You will have privileged access to our 3 acres of flowers and foliage where we will teach you about growing, cutting, conditioning and arranging flowers.


Suitable for all levels of experience, Katie and Jess will share their years of knowledge about Floriculture and sustainable floristry techniques.


Sessions will usually involve a walk and discussion in the field on the seasonal topic for the month as well as harvesting flowers for the evening's session before bringing them back to the stunning Featherstone's Tithe barn. There you be will taught how to condition and arrange your flowers focusing on a different technique each month to celebrate the best of the seasonal blooms available. Refreshments will be served. At the end of the session you are welcome to take your flowers to enjoy at home.


Your purchase buys you eight sessions which will run between March and December. There will be 10 sessions available meaning you can chose which eight you attend and so do not miss out if you are on holiday or unable to come.


We will be running two groups, one morning and one evening. Each session is around 2.5 hours long, from 0930 to 1200 or 1830 to 2100.


If you would like to attend all 10 the extra sessions can be purchased as an add on - just pop us a message.



(AM) 19th April 2022

(PM) 12th April 2022

Sneak peak of the flower field before we open to the public.

Growing: Seasonal tasks such as sowing hardy annuals and planning a cutting patch for the summer ahead.

Floristry: Creating a Living Easter wreath with spring bulbs.


(AM) 17th May 2022

(PM) 10th May 2022

Growing: Sowing and growing biennials and using these as a cut flower.

Floristry: Celebrate Spring with a flower crown of fresh blooms


(AM) 14th June 2022

(PM) 7th June 2022

Growing: Peonies as a cut flower - how to grow, care for and harvest these beautiful flowers as well as our favourite varieties.

Floristry: Creating a large arrangement using the biggest and best blooms of the season.


(AM) 5th July 2022

(PM) 28th June 2022

rowing: Roses as a cut flower - how to grow, care for and harvest the perfect roses for your home.

Floristry: Hand tied bouquet - creating that perfect spiral!


(AM) 2nd August 2022

(PM) 26th July 2022

Growing: Perennials as cut flowers - varieties that you may well have growing in your own garden. Learn the right time to harvest and how to condition these for armfuls of cut flowers at home.

Floristry: Summer party flowers.


(AM) 30th August 2022

(PM) 23rd August 2022

Growing: Hot summer annuals - adding a final zing to your cutting patch!

Floristry: Van Gogh styled sunflower arrangements.


(AM) 27th September 2022

(PM) 20th September 2022

Growing: Dahlias as a cut flower - see all our wonderful varieties growing in the field and learn all about growing them for cut flowers.

Floristry: Create your own Dutch Masters still life.


(AM) 25th October 2022

(PM) 18th October 2022

Growing: Seasonal colour in the cut flower garden - berries, foliage and late season flowers.

Floristry: Celebrating Autumn with a foraged hedgrow inspired wreath.


(AM) 22nd November 2022

(PM) 15th November 2022

Growing: Easy to grow flowers for drying and the techniques we use for drying them.

Floristry: Everlasting Votive Design.</