Flower Arranging Diary 2019

Scroll down for dates and flower arrangements for future meetings

All monthly meetings are held in The Stables, Lower Staithe Road, 
Stalham. NR12 9BU.
 This is just off the mini roundabout and opposite t
he Stalham Staithe Doctors Surgery.  arrive after 7pm for a 7.30pm start. 
There is parking directly in front of The Stables and we are also able to park on the Stalham Doctors Surgery Car Park

Newcomers, including complete beginners are always very welcome. 
If you fancy giving it a try please contact Jo Berry 01692 650 321

The next meeting in Stalham is:
20th November - An Urn arrangement

Items to bring:

An Urn (waterproofed)
Florists wire or Chicken wire
slender upright twigs eg: curly willow or Hazel or 
Conditioned Foliage: Tall and  also trailing foliage
String for hanging or Florists wire if you are wiring on decorations

Christmas Decorations glued on to kebab sticks
or other examples:
Pine cones, Dried Orange or apple slices, dried Chilli peppers, Lotus heads, Star anise. Cinnamon sticks, 
Glittery spray! Sweets! Fairy Lights! :)


Sat 30th November - Christmas workshop day

10.30am for coffee for an 11am start

This is always a fun day.
We bring a plate of food for lunch to share. Everyone is welcome.

Please ring Jo Berry if you are interested. Tel : 01692 650 321

You may choose to do one of the designs or have a go at both

The Mantle table or Window design

Items to bring:

a long tray that will hold 2 or 3 blocks of oasis
2 or 3 large chunky candles
lots of short bushy evergreen seasonal foliage
berries -nuts (walnuts are good)
crab apples- dried fruit
pine cones - 
stars, baubles

Examples :

The little Spray or paddle arrangement

Items to bring:

Seasonal ever green foliage
trailing ivy
roses or carnations
baubles - Pine cones
Ribbon & wires

Examples :

Year 2020 

Wednesday 29th January

A Spring Trough

Items to bring:

wire netting and pin holder
trough container deep enough to hold the wire & pin holder
tall twigs or blossom
a mix of spring flowers
a mix of compact foliage

Wesnesday 26th February