British Flowers Week

Have you heard that it’s British Flowers Week soon?

New Covent Garden Flower Market, the team behind the ground-breaking annual campaign to promote British flowers and foliage, have announced that this year British Flowers Week will run from Monday 15 June to Friday 19 June 2015.

Now in its third year, British Flowers Week is the national celebration of seasonal, locally-grown flowers that is uniting the UK cut flower industry and inspiring the public to think about where their flowers come from.

As part of this awareness campaign I’m delighted to announce that I’ll be teaching at two events during British Flowers Week.

Belmont House and Gardens

I’m really excited to announce that I’ve been asked by Lord Harris’s team at Belmont House to teach a workshop on creating flower crowns on Thursday 18 June, from 6-9pm.

You’ll get to spend an exclusive evening enjoying Pimms in the walled garden, have a tour with the Head Gardener and get to pick flowers from the garden to incorporate into your flower crown.

Places are limited and cost just £45 per person.  To book you’ll need to contact Belmont House direct on 01795 890228 or email

You can read about one of my previous workshops at Belmont House here.

Belmont House and Gardens

Anna’s Country Flowers

Are you curious about what happens on the flower farm – would you like a private tour and the opportunity to Pick Your Own flowers?  If so, I’ve got news.

I’m teaming up with Anna of Anna’s Country Flowers to bring you a flower arranging workshop from the flower farm.

Friday 19th June 2015


Cost: £75 per person – bring a vase or jug from home to inspire your choice of flowers.  A light lunch/refreshments will be provided.

Why not take advantage of the early bird discount – if you pay for two tickets before Monday 1 June, the price falls to just £125 – a saving of £10 each.

To book your place give Anna a ring on 07773 265863 or email

British Flowers Week


Until next time, happy flowers!

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