Courses & Events


Courses & Events

Matthew and Gary share their secrets of creating amazing floral designs at their flower school. Courses are regularly updated on this page and are held at venues across Oxfordshire.

The courses are designed to bring flowers and design together in a professional and inspiring way. They include practical skills, professional methods, and tips, with a focus on design.

The courses are open to anyone who is interested in flowers and wants to learn more.


Course Schedule:


Living Succulent Centrepiece Living Succulent Centrepiece

17th September

6pm - 8pm

Succulent gardens planted in shallow containers make a natural, contemporary centrepiece that’s both sustainable and resilient. Learn how to create your own centrepiece and care for it.

This course takes place at our Oxford shop.

£45.00


A Foragers Wreath A Foragers Wreath

25th September

6pm - 8pm

An over-scaled focal point for your Autumn door. You will learn how to create your very own natural wreath using a selection of dried materials, foraged foliage and decorations to really reflect nature at this time of year.

This course takes place at our Oxford shop.

£50.00


A Planted Pumpkin A Planted Pumpkin

16th October

6pm - 7.30pm

Bring Autumn garden to the table and make your very own pumpkin planter. We will use a mixture of Autumn plants, moss and other foraged items and we will teach you how to waterproof your pumpkin!

This course will take place in our Oxford shop.

£35.00


An Autumn Table Centre An Autumn Table Centre

29th October

12 noon - 2pm

Autumn is a time for cosy suppers and friendly get-togethers. Learn to create your very own floral centrepiece using flowers, foliage and foraged finds.

This course will take place at the Crown & Thistle, Abingdon

£50.00


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