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2024 Workshops for flower lovers...

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Continuing my mission to get the world growing and arranging flowers, I'm delighted to be invited back this year to some of my favourite venues...

These workshops are suitable for anyone who has a love of flowers and nature and wants to get ideas about how to 'bring the outside in'...


My hope is that participants are inspired to look at nature through a creative lens and enjoy the beauty  each season has to offer...

New dates will be added so be sure to sign up to our newsletter for updates on our workshop programme..

Private workshops for small groups or one to one can be arranged by contacting me directly. 

Lost Flower Club

We're so pleased to be invited back to the fabulous Lost Kitchen Devon for another season of Lost Flower Club.

Join me for a monthly Wednesday evening of flowers, flowery talk and creativity and a chance to work with beautiful seasonal flowers and foliage…

Each session will consist of a talk through what’s flowering in the cutting garden and the hedgerow and look at the range of bulbs, annuals and perennials available at that time of year. There’ll be tips on cutting, conditioning and designing, as well as how to grow and arrange using sustainable methods. 


Working with a selection of flowers from the Blue Shed field, Jan will demonstrate her loose, nature-led approach and you’ll create your own hand-tie or vase arrangement to take home….

You can book your place on any of the dates here:

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Lost Flower Club 2024 dates:

March 13th

Arranging with Spring Flowers and blossom – Anemones, narcissi and other early bloomers!

Jan will demonstrate how to create a foam free vase arrangement.

There’ll be an emphasis on growing and arranging sustainably, choosing the right vessel, flowery talk, and an immersion in all the beauty of the spring, and of course Lost Kitchen cake! Bring a vase and a pair of secateurs...

April 24th                   

Late spring inspiration! A walk through what’s flowering now - Ranunculus and tulips will feature as well as flowering branches from the field and orchard. Bring a vase and create your own arrangement

May 22nd

Joy of the meadow! Arranging with May flowers from the field and cutting garden; how to cut and condition these early blooms for a longer vase life; create an arrangement with new and interesting varieties of hardy annuals and early flowering perennials and maybe even the odd early rose!

June 19th

Garden roses and sweet peas

Jan will share with you her favourite garden roses and sweet pea varieties to grow and arrange with…

She will demonstrate how she combines unusual ingredients foraged from the field and hedgerow with these classic garden plants. Bring a vase and make your own arrangement to take home….

July 17th

July abundance! This one’s all about the Dahlias! An exploration of varieties and colour palettes, as well as growing, cutting, conditioning and arranging. As usual bring a vessel for your own arrangement.

September 18th

Late summer blooms from the cutting garden. Get creative with colour and form using the season’s flowery offerings – dahlias, roses, zinnias and all the interesting ‘twiddly bits’… as well as tips on autumn sowing of hardy annuals for early blooms next year….

October 16th

Autumnal colour in the cutting garden and hedgerow – a demonstration followed by a make your own vase arrangement, tips on drying flowers, and making the most of hedgerow finds…


November 13th

The Winter garden explored – seed heads and pods…

Jan will walk you through the beauty to be found in the winter garden and landscape and demonstrate ways to use these unusual finds. Combine seed heads and dried flowers to make your own creation. The flowers may be over but there’s still beauty to be found out there!

December 4th

The Wild Wreath – make a fully compostable wreath to reflect the winter landscape - combine willow, moss, garden and hedgerow finds to make a unique piece to hang on your door or adorn your festive table.

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