A Guide to Floral Mechanics

We have invited Sarah and Will to co-host our 3 day sustainable floristry course. Using Sarah and Will’s A Guide to Floral Mechanics we have chosen 6 sustainable methods from their book. We’ll bring to life the hand drawn sketches from the pages!

We have chosen a range of mechanics, some to be completed individually and others in small groups. We’ll use only British flowers and foliage, working with the season and the very best it has to offer. The objective of this course is to teach you the mechanics behind the floral designs allowing you to be a more sustainable florist.

This course is not restricted to experienced florists it is for anyone wanting to learn a more sustainable method of floristry. Both Sarah and team Tallulah will be here to teach and guide you through each method.

Each day commences at 10.00 am and will finish at approximately 4.30pm.

Course Price:

Reserve your place by booking online or email us at registrations@tallulahroseflowerschool.com and we’ll do the rest.

Please read our Payments, Cancellations & Refunds Policy prior to booking.

Day 1

Introduction from Sarah and Will – A Guide to Floral Mechanics

Guided tour around Levens Topiary Garden

Bouquets with a wire support

Small bowl arrangement with a specially commissioned flower bowl by Kendal ceramicist Rebecca Callis.

Day 2

Growers chat.. working with a British flower grower.

Hanging installations

Large urns

Day 3

Natural funeral work

Arches both fresh and planted

Tea and cake and Q&A with Sarah and Rachel

What's Included?

Your own signed copy of A Guide to Floral Mechanics

The flower frog bowl commissioned by Rebecca Callis

Your individual floral designs are yours to take away.