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Create your own Flower Cloud in our beautiful timber framed barn
September 9, 2023 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm£95
Learn how to create a stunning flower cloud made purely with British grown flowers using sustainable foam free mechanics. We will show you a range of techniques so that you can create large, wow factor foam free installations yourselves.
Indulge yourself in an day of floral hands on creativity – this workshop is perfect for newbie and experienced flower lovers alike who wish to upskill and upscale your floristry, explore your creative side as well as having a fun day with like-minded flower lovers in the gorgeous countryside just north of the Malvern Hills.
Included in your day:
- Gorgeous fresh flower and foliage materials grown by Kat and Jemima
- Flowers to take home and arrange yourselves
- Mechanics and equipment
- Information about cutting and conditioning methods
- Useful tips and tricks for working foam free
- Opportunity to visit Kat’s Cutting garden and see what is growing
- Photographs of your work to add to your portfolio
- Light refreshments, lunch at Sherridge and glass of bubbles
You will work in small groups under the tuition of myself Kat Norbury, flower grower/founder of Kat’s Cut Flowers and living at Sherridge and experienced event florist, Jemima Willis from the Little Flower farm is based a few miles away.
Kat founded “Kat’s Cut Flowers” during the pandemic and she grows and sells beautiful, seasonal flowers to sell to customers locally. Jemima has worked both independently and with other florists in London, Anglesey and throughout the West Midlands and she also grows lots of her own flowers too. The day will be very much hands on, using the freshest flowers grown by Kat and Jemima, cut, conditioned and ready to use.
The barn has been lovingly restored over the last 10 years by the Norbury family using oak from the farm. The farm used to grow solely apples and this barn was the old apple packing station and since then as the lambing shed. Kat and her family are the 9th generation to live at Sherridge and you are welcome to explore the gardens and farm during your visit