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


Oct 20th 2018       -     Grow Your Own Cut Flowers - learn all you need to know to grow flowers for cutting, whether                                                                       for a wedding, event or just to have a house full of scent and colour  £85 per                                                                                                           person 10.30am - 4pm - see below for details

Oct 25th 2018      -     Flower Farming for Beginners - looking for a career change or just want to make some money                                                                       from growing flowers - this course will point you in the right direction. £110                                                                                                     per person 10.30am - 4pm - see below for details

Dec 15th 2018      -    Christmas Decorations Workshop - 10am - 1pm  Come and create a gorgeous Christmas                                                                                                 decoration.  £65 per person

Dec 18th 2018      -    Christmas Decorations Workshop  - as above 

Grow Your Own Cut Flowers Course

October 20th 2018    10.30am - 4pm

Come and learn what you need to know to grow your own cut flowers.  We cover what to grow, where to grow it and how.

The day includes a tour of the cutting patch, a demonstration of sowing and other skills involved in flower growing, compost making, recipes for plant food and with time for all your questions.  We provide coffee/tea, a light lunch with wine - please inform us of any dietary requirements.

Bring  suitable clothing for being outside including footwear, something to write with and on and a camera/phone

£85 - per person

Contact Justine through our contact page to book a place before we are full!


Flower Farming for Beginners

October 25th 2018  10.30am - 4pm

A day discovering if flower farming is for you.  We cover the business aspects of growing flowers including marketing, advertising, pricing, social media, style as well as what you need to set up as a flower farmer and how to grow flowers.

The day includes a tour of the cutting patch, discussion of how to make compost, no dig gardening, recipes for organic fertilizers and time for all your questions.   We provide tea/coffee and a light lunch with wine.  Please inform us of any dietary requirements.

Bring suitable outdoor clothing and footwear, something to write on and with and a camera/phone 

£110 - per person

Christmas Decoration Workshops

December 15th and 18th

From 10 am to 1 pm 

Come and create a wonderful Christmas decoration.  Either a Christmas wreath or table centrepiece.

Tea and coffee and Christmas treats and all materials included.   A fun and informal workshop to get the festive season off to a great start.  Join us and take home a lovely, handmade creation.  £65 per person.


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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'



'It was the best fun ever and more to the point we learnt soooo much!! Thanks Far Hill Flowers'


'Thank you very much - very enjoyable'


Far Hill Flowers was featured in an episode of ITV's Coast and Country on ITV Wales in early October.

If you follow this link and go to episode 16 at 7.17 minutes in you will see us at work, our farm, our flowers and a bit of us as well!





In 2015 a lovely florist called Ceri Elms from Lumley and Elms visited our flower farm for a look around and to buy some flowers.

She told me they were for 'someone rather special,' but no more.

A few days later she shared pictures of what she had done with the flowers and who they were for.

I think you will agree that The Queen is rather special indeed!