Strawberry Hill Flower Festival Online
Friday 12 – Saturday 13 June, 2020. 10am – 5pm

Returning for its second year, The Strawberry Hill Flower Festival is going online and we invite you to join us over two days, from the comfort of your home, for a range of talks, workshops, demonstrations and behind-the-scenes from some of the UK’s leading floral designers and growers.

You can also find blogs, tips, photographs and other content running across our social media platforms prior and during the festival, by following the hashtag: #StrawberryFlowerFestival

The festival is curated by floral creatives Leigh Chappell and Janne Ford.


Friday 12 June

10 – 10:45am – Talk: How to grow and harvest dried flowers. With Bex Partridge, Author of Everlastings

12 – 12:45pm – Demonstration: Making a Natural Willow Grid Holder for Containers. With Bea Andrews, Botanika Floral

2 – 2:45pm – Behind the Scenes: Explore Holly-Bee Flowers Studio & Garden. With Holly-Bee Flowers

4 – 4:45pm – Talk: Horace Walpole and the 18th Century Gardens of Strawberry Hill House. With Strawberry Hill Tour Guide, Sandra Pullen

Saturday 13 June

10 – 10:45am – Demonstration: Summer Compote Demo. With Joanne Truby, Truby floral design

12 – 12:45pm – Demonstration: A celebration of Horace Walpole – His Love of Flowers, Architecture and Books. With Rachel Wardley, founder of the Tallulah Rose Flower School

2 – 2:45pm – Workshop: Garden Gathered Bowl Arrangement. With Laura Montgomery, Xyris Botanicals

3:30 – 4:15pm – Behind the Scenes: Urban Flower Farming with Wolves Lane Flower Company & Alice Vincent


In return for a place on each session we would be very grateful for a small donation (suggested amount £5, £10 or £15) in order to support the House & Garden during this time.

Florist @firenzaflowers. Photo credit @jannelford

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