Workshops and Courses with Blue Shed Flowers

Introducing the Blue Shed Flower Sessions

This year (restrictions allowing) we hope to run a series of half day workshops designed to fill you with the joy of flowers! With an emphasis on seasonal flowers and incorporating wild and hedgerow elements, these relaxed monthly sessions will inspire you to grow and arrange and generally get creative with flowers….

I’ve always been convinced about the therapeutic nature of growing and working/playing  with natural materials and being in nature – there is now a huge amount of empirical evidence to back this up. So if you want to immerse yourself in all things flowery following what’s been - let’s face it - a pretty difficult year, come and join me for Blue Shed Sessions...

Each session will consist of a walk around the field to see what’s flowering – there’ll be flowery talk about combinations, choosing a colour palette, and technical tips about growing, picking, conditioning and vase life. We’ll follow this with a creative session of making …and of course there’ll be tea and cake!

Book all four sessions for £140 or pick and choose which sessions to attend – individual sessions £40. Gift vouchers available.


Places are limited to ensure safety and individual attention.


Sunday 16th May – Arranging with May flowers and blossom

Apple blossom time! We’ll use flowering branches and flowers and foliage from the field and hedgerow to make a flowery bowl arrangement to take home…

Sunday 20th June – Summer flowers for cutting - make a Hand-tied bunch

A walk around the field to see what’s flowering at this time of year, what works well for cutting, what's showing promise - followed by a creative make - a hand tied bunch with all the lovely June flowers…



Saturday 24th July – Drying and Pressing

Picking flowers to dry and press – which flowers dry or press well, best ways for drying and creative ways to use them…



Sunday 15th August - An afternoon of Dahlias!

Dahlia immersion! Growing, cutting and conditioning – take some stunning flat-lay photos…take some home for the vase….