Garden Bouquet Workshop at Lake View House

4 Nov 2023

9:30 am ‐ 12:30 pm

$95 per person

Join Cassie Douglas of Indigo Rose Farm for a garden bouquet workshop at the picturesque Lake View House in Chiltern.

Join Cassie Douglas of Indigo Rose Farm for a garden bouquet workshop, where you will create your own stunning garden bouquet to take home, learn about harvesting and conditioning seasonal garden flowers and so much more.

Indigo Rose Farm is passionate about fragrant roses and sustainability. They grow fragrant garden roses alongside hardy perennials and annuals in healthy soils, using organic and regenerative farming practices. Their floristry style is evocative of bouquets picked while wandering around a country garden with friends or family. Bouquets full of flowers that are the best in the garden on the day, flowers that you can still feel the life of the garden in, still hear the buzz of the bees collecting pollen only moments before picking. To complement their beautiful flowers, Indigo Rose Farm only use sustainable floristry practices, and all bouquets are 100% compostable, no single use plastics.

Learn about:

  • Sustainable flower farming and floristry
  • Harvesting and conditioning seasonal flowers and foliage’s (and sourcing if you don’t grow your own)
  • Flower varieties in season and their use in bouquets
  • Techniques to create a hand tied bouquet
  • Wrapping techniques
  • Flower care

This is a beginners workshop, no previous experience required.

This 2 hour flower filled workshop held in the stunning gardens at historic Lake View House, Chiltern includes:

  • A guided wander of the established country garden at Lake View House
  • Tips for sustainable growing and harvesting in season flowers and foliage
  • A range of seasonal flowers and foliage harvested from Indigo Rose Farm that morning
  • Create your own hand tied garden bouquet
  • Q & A with Cassie
  • Delicious morning tea generously provided by our hosts, Lake View House
  • Finish the morning with a guided tour of the historic house with one of the National Trust’s passionate local volunteers

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