24/03/2020 |

Join Rachel Petheram from Catkin Flowers and find out everything you need to know about growing flowers for cutting.


Growing flowers is such a joy and one I love to share. However large or small you’d like your cutting patch to be and whether growing for business or pleasure, learning from a seasoned grower makes all the difference.


Whether this is your first foray into growing or you’ve seen a few seasons come and go everyone is welcome. Come and explore everything you need to know about growing flowers for cutting in a relaxed, down to earth and inspiring workshop.


£85 – Tea/coffee/lunch are included as well as notes and a tray of seeds to get you started.



Tuesday 24 March | 10am – 4:30pm | Booking essential



Rachel’s Cutting Garden

‘My flowers are grown in an Elizabethan walled cutting garden, in Lincolnshire.  I grow a range of glorious scented flowers and foliage in all colours and textures – proper, old fashioned, cottage garden flowers!  My flowers are grown especially for weddings and events and are also available to buy as bouquets, or cut stems.  The Doddington Hall gardening team grow fruit and vegetables in the kitchen garden too, so it really is a proper mixed kitchen garden. This leads to a fabulous ecosystem full of insects, birds, toads and several grass-snakes, which means that we can garden without using harmful pesticides and chemicals.’

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