Fleur Adamo Floral and Botanical Designs

'To fall in love with flowers'

Flower Classes York

All our flower  classes/workshops are small and informal, catering for all abilities from the absolute beginner to the more experienced flower arranger. Fees include the cost of all materials and tuition and refreshments are provided, you will leave the class with a display to take home and enjoy. Full payment (non-refundable) is required upon booking to secure your place and early booking is essential as classes do fill up quickly.  

Flower arranging workshops and floral design courses in York

Workshops for beginners and those wanting to build on their existing floristry skills. Whether floral design is just for fun, or something you are passionate about, these flower workshops are just for you. If you’re interested in extending your skills, expanding your horizons; or just wondering how it all gets done - don’t hesitate to get in touch for our next round of creative floral arrangement workshops. 

If you’re planning a special event for a Baby Shower, Hens’ or Birthday party and looking to add an element of fun to the lineup - then a creative floral workshop is the perfect activity.  Drawing all your guests together to work on a common project or an individual construction is the perfect way to make memories on that special day. 

Corporate Team Bonding

 Our flower workshops and fun-filled creative sessions are an interactive, energetic escape for our corporate friends who want their employees engaged and hands-on when it comes to team bonding.  Get your team members up and moving with a creative flower arrangement workshop - whether they’re making a terrarium or a bouquet.  The team that flowers together - stays together! 
All You Need To Bring Is A Love For Flowers

My floral passion started over 40 years ago when I spent time in the garden with Dad. Little did I know what pleasures, adventures and friendships that would lead to.

In fact my Dad inspired me to go into Horticulture from school.  (Kathrine trained at Askham Bryan College in York, before going onto a career in gardening and design). When I was about 18 I worked in a local florist for a year which is where I fell in love with flowers in a different way, but I didn’t start working with them again till much later. Instead, I worked in Horticultural Therapy for a number of years where I saw plants and flowers influencing people in many ways, and I taught City and Guilds gardening at evening classes.