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Paper Foxglove

Tuesday 14th May 2024 - Create a striking, towering foxglove, a real centrepiece!

  • 50 British pounds
  • Wood Street

Service Description

Tuesday 14th May 2024 10am The foxglove is one of the most striking, tall and stately of all our wildflowers. Heavy bell-shaped flowers with a range of rich colours and beautifully speckled details grow in thick stands from June right through until September. Did you know the foxglove protects its nectar from small pollinators with delicate hairs in the entrance of its flower? They are a rich source of nectar for long tongues insects including bees and butterflies – and in the Americas they attract hummingbirds! In this five hour session you will learn how to create the bell shaped flowers, buds and leaves - and of course how to put the stems together. We will discuss different colouring methods and there will be a choice of colours for your foxglove. This arresting spike of colour will be the dominant focal point in any paper floral arrangement. All materials and tools plus drinks and refreshments will be provided (please bring a packed lunch). This course is delivered over five hours with a 300minute break for lunch. Maximum 8 participants.

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

  • 3 Wood Street, Hoylake, Wirral CH47 2DU, UK


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