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Aubourn Hall

Growing a Cut Flower Garden Workshop

Ever fancied having a patch in your garden which is purely for cut flowers? Or have you been trying for years but just not reaping the rewards you wished for? Well we're here to share our best tips and tricks that we have learnt along our journey as British flower growers.

Growing a Cut Flower Garden Workshop
Growing a Cut Flower Garden Workshop

Time & Location

16 Mar 2024, 10:30 – 14:30

Aubourn Hall, Harmston Rd, Aubourn, Lincoln LN5 9DZ, UK

About the event

This is our next topic in a series of workshops in Collaboration with Aubourn Hall and Gardens. 

The workshop consist of two sections. Beginning with a talk from The Lincolnhire Flower Company, in the greenhouses about seed sowing. We will hand out a helpful booklet with some tips and tricks we've put together for your to take home and follow in the future. Next you will be given your own seed tray to sow some seeds yourself. These will be a variety of  summer annuals to get your cut flower collection started! We will also talk about where to source the best seeds, compost choices and flower staking.  

Having spoken to many of our lovely customers about setting up this workshop, many said the thing they were struggling the most is when to do what throughout the year! We will delve into this and also include a guide in the hand out. 

The second part of the workshop will be a practical talk by one of the team from Aubourn Hall and Gardens on the topic of Soil Health, Rose Pruning  and to how to identify pest and diseases.

The timetable for the day is

10.30am Arrive for coffee

11.00am - 12.45pm The Lincolnshire Flower Company Talk and seed sowing 

12.45pm 1.30pm Lunch will be provided by Aubourn Hall, home made soup of the day with side platter.

1.30pm - 3.00pm Aubourn Hall Gardener Talk and a visit to the Rose garden - weather permitting.

Tickets £65.00 per person 

Tickets

  • Growing a Cut Flower Garden

    This includes and a ticket to the workshop and lunch

    £65.00
    +£1.63 service fee

Total

£0.00

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