Courses and Workshops
You too could book Far Hill Flowers for your event - hen parties (as above) or office outings, club trips or any group event
Courses and Workshops
Saturday 16th February - Flower Farming for Beginners - 10.30am - 4.30pm
Tuesday 19th February - Grow Your Own Cut Flowers - 10.30am - 4.30pm
Saturday 9th March - Grow Your Own Cut Flowers - 10.30am - 4.30pm
Thursday 14th March - Flower Farming for Beginners - 10.30am - 4.30pm
Flower Farming for Beginners
A full day learning how to grow cut flowers for business. We look at the basics of growing but this course assumes a good level of knowledge is already held and what is needed now is business advice. Covering your look, style, type of selling, how to sell and who to sell to. We cover social media, advertising, pricing and marketing. A tour of our flower farm and lots of opportunities for questions. Tea/coffee and cake and lunch with wine is included in the price. £140 per person.
Grow Your Own Cut Flowers
A full day learning how to create a cutting garden from which you can fill your house with scented, gorgeous flowers. We cover soil preparation, seed sowing, what to grow, where to grow and how to move your seedlings on so they can provide you with flowers throughout the season. We look around our flower farm and show how you don't need lots of room to produce lots of flowers. We discuss compost, no-dig cultivation and there is time for lots of questions. Tea/coffee with cake and lunch with wine is included. £110 per person.
You can also get your flower fix from the Far Hill Flowers 2019 Calendar. Beautiful pictures of our flowers through the seasons and a clear area for you to write in below each stunning plate. They cost £10 each and make wonderful Christmas gifts. Contact us on email@example.com to order yours.
Don't just take our word for it.........
'Justine has been very welcoming, inspiring and responsive to the group. Very happy to answer questions. '
'Very enjoyable, good company and extremely informative'
'Fantastic day. Learned a lot and met some interesting fellow gardeners. Thank you.'
'Thank you for the enthusiastic and passionate advice'