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MAY: Floral Meadowbox workshop 11/05

Regular price £65.00
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Date: 112th May 9.30 - 12.30 pm

Location: Stem and Green Flower Farm

Join us for our first floral workshop of the year as we create a floral meadow box arrangement with chickenwire-based foam-free floral mechanics. This is a perfect introduction to foam-free mechanics and ideal for anyone wanting to move away from using floral foam.

We'll begin by heading out into the flower field to pick some gorgeous blooms. Then after a cup of tea and a slice of homemade cake, we'll show you how to make a showstopping arrangement.

The group is limited to 12 places, so it is lovely and intimate. 

You'll leave with a stunning arrangement to brighten up your home. 

The workshop includes flowers, tools, a ceramic trough and chicken wire, if you wish to use a flower frog please either bring your own or add one at the till. 

Please come prepared for all weather, so bring a hat, suncream, water bottle or raincoat. All tools will be provided but we recommend you bring a bucket or vase to take your flowers home in.


If heavy rain is forecast, we will move the workshop to another date, and a full refund will be given in the event you can't make the new date. 

A full refund will be given if you cancel 7 days before the workshop, 50% refund thereafter. 

Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements. 




Local Delivery

We deliver to SO21, SO22, SO23 and SO24 on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Delivery cost will be calculated at the till. Please give 24hrs notice to cut and arrange your flowers.


Available for collection Tuesday - Saturday. Please give 24hrs notice to cut and arrange your


All our packaging is 100% plastic free and fully compostable or recyclable.

Care Instructions

To keep your flowers looking their best, arrange them in a clean vase with fresh water, place away from direct sunlight or heat and change the water every few days. We also recommend trimming the ends of the stems after a few days to help them draw up water.