Bloom and Bust : Trends in Floristry Event at the Garden Museum in London

I just thought I’d let you know about a floristry related event which is taking place next week in London.

Next Tuesday 23rd April, the Garden Museum is hosting an evening called Bloom and Bust : Trends in Floristry.

Inspired by their Floriculture exhibition, the museum is inviting leading contemporary florists, wholesale stallholders and ethical sourcing champions to reflect on past and current trends in floristry.

The panel includes florists Vic Brotherson of Scarlet & Violet and Simon Lycett, floral artist Rebecca Louise Law, New Covent Garden Flower Market wholesaler Dennis Edwards and Lauren Craig of Thinking Flowers.

Garden-Museum-Event

The details are :

  • EventBloom and Bust : Trends in Floristry
  • Location: Garden Museum, Lambeth Palace Road, London, SE1 7LB
  • Date:  Next Tuesday, 23rd April
  • Time:  18.30-20.00

Tickets, which you can book online, are priced at £10 for Friends of the Garden Museum, £12 for Non-Friends and £10 for Students and Concessions.

For further details, please visit the Garden Museum website.

I’m really looking forward to attending the event and hearing the panel’s predictions for the next big trends in floristry.

If you live in the London area and are interested in the UK floristry industry, why not come along too?

(Image : The Garden Museum, New Covent Garden Flower Market)

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