Announcing the winner of the Catkin Flowers competition to win a place on the cut flower growing and arranging workshop
It’s been lovely announcing all these lucky winner’s over the past few weeks, but today’s competition winner is particular exciting because I’ll get to meet them! Myself and Rachel from Catkin Flowers have collaborated to put on an exclusive TNWC cut flower growing and arranging course, and one lucky person is winning a free place.
Rachel found it incredibly difficult to select a winner from all the lovely entries, but if you did enter and aren’t the lucky winner who’s name is below, you can still join us for the course. Shortly I will be posting details of how you can book your discounted place on this exclusive course, where you’ll get to learn about how to start a cutting garden and how to arrange with cut flowers.
A huge congratulations to Nik – we will be in touch about your free place on the course and look forward to meeting you. Rachel loved that Nik wanted to learn how to grow cut flowers to give to her family and friends, and that she could see the benefits of cutting garden to local wildlife – hopefully after coming on the workshop Nik will be able to get growing!
“My favourite flower has to be the cornflower. I love their soft blue colour and they attract lots of lovely bees! Although I grow my own veg, I’m a total novice when it comes to flower growing. I can’t express the pleasure I would get from being able to grow and arrange my own flowers to give to my friends and family; knowing they had come from an organic, ethically sound garden that provides a sustainable ecosystem for our native wildlife.”
Full details to follow shortly on how to book yourself a place on the TNWC and Catkin cut flower growing and arranging workshop, which is being held at Doddington Hall in Lincolnshire on Wednesday 4th July from 10am – 4pm. There will be eight additional places available costing £50 each, which is discounted especially for TNWC readers. I hope to see you there!
Seasonal wedding ideas:
Browse the blog:
Sorry we’re no longer accepting advertising in 2020.