Daylesford Organic Farm
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Garden Gatherings: Seasonal Flowers & Flavours: Cotswolds
Our florists and chefs have created a new series of events to honour the seasonal growing calendar in our organic Cutting Garden and Market Garden at our Cotswold farm.
Held monthly in our beautiful new Dovecote space, the new garden gatherings invite you to celebrate and enjoy the best things growing at that time, through unique floristry and seasonal dining experiences.
You will start with creating natural floral arrangements for the table under the guidance of our in-house floristry tutors, before sitting down for a simple, delicious lunch made by our chefs with ingredients freshly harvested from our own organic Market Garden.
Each garden gathering will change every month; for example in May the floral focus will be on lily of the valley and lunch will feature the likes of fresh peas, broad beans, wild garlic and soft herbs. In June, the natural table decorations will showcase colourful peonies and lunch is likely to include the first crops of strawberries, radishes, fennel and early tomatoes. See below for a list of varieties we will focus on each month.
Three hours total (90 minutes for the floristry workshop and 90 minutes for lunch), leaving plenty of time to browse our farmshop, enjoy a spa treatment or a country walk to complete a perfect day.
Book now to enjoy a truly one-of-a-kind experience inspired by the seasons.
May: lily of the valley
July: sweet peas
August: gladioli/ delphinium/cosmos
December: holly, viburnum tinus, other evergreen foliage & berries
DATE: Thursday 29th July 2021
LOCATION: Daylesford Farmshop, near Kingham, Gloucestershire, GL56 0YG
PRICE: £135 per person, includes light lunch and botanical cocktail
BOOKING: Book online below. For more information about this course please call the team at the Garden room on 01608 731 712
Daylesford Organic Farm
A sustainable organic farmshops and cafe in the Cotswolds, where the menus, food shopping areas and even homeware pieces are guided by the seasons. Also the annual festival and running workshops throughout the year.
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