About the Course
If you'd like to try your hand at decorating big spaces with flowers, then come and take over Trill Farm's 16th Century Manor Barn with us!
With its high rafters and stone walls, it's the perfect space in which to experiment with techniques such as garland-making, floral hoops and table decorations for long trestles. We'll spend the first morning out foraging (bring your wellies) around Trill Farm. Zanna and Kate will show you how to cut and condition a wonderful selection of hedgerow treasures, so that we can use what we find to create the arrangements. Flowers and foliage will also be provided, all grown locally.
We will then demonstrate various techniques, and you get to choose which installation you'll work on. The second day will end with a celebration drink, to which your friends and family are invited, to admire your hard work in situ!
Suitable for beginners and professionals alike. Feel free to bring your favourite pair of secateurs and gloves or just turn up and use ours.
Course Leaders: Zanna Hoskins & Kate Reeves
Kate worked for many years as a florist in London for Scarlet & Violet as well as Wild At Heart. She has recently opened a gorgeous flower shop in Beaminster, called Rambling Rose.
Zanna is a flower grower and florist. Champernhayes Flowers & Foliage is 1.5 acres of trees, shrubs, annuals, and perennials, just down the road from Trill in Wootton Fitzpaine. Kate and Zanna have worked together for years, collaborating on events weddings and floristry courses.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All tools and materials will be provided, but please bring your own secateurs and gloves if you have them.
An organic lunch will be provided each day in the Old Dairy Kitchen.
Accommodation is available in our eco-guesthouse on the farm if required.