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Garden to Vase is a 4 week online course in cultivating cut flowers
With a curriculum designed exclusively for the cut flower grower you can create a beautiful, thriving garden and grow any cut flower you want.
Garden to Vase is a step by step course that gives you all the tools and techniques you need to cultivate cut flowers. But it also gives you the principles behind those techniques, so you know WHY you’re doing it.
The course covers everything I wish I'd known when I started. I stand in your shoes and answer the questions you're wondering about, and the questions you didn't even know to ask.
Garden to Vase isn't about any and all flowers - it's specifically about those that work well as cut flowers - the annuals, perennials, bulbs, flowering vines, herbs, shrubs and foliages that are great for a cutting garden.
The curriculum is delivered electronically via a private membership site. There's text, images, videos, downloadable pdf exercises and a private forum. Your membership includes evergreen access to the course materials.
MEET YOUR TEACHER
Garden to Vase was created by floral designer and master gardener Clare Monica Day.
Clare has been interviewed by the Globe and Mail, Canadian Gardening, Gardenista and other media as a leader in growing cut flowers. Her work has appeared in Martha Stewart Weddings, The Lane, and Fresh from the Field Wedding Flowers, co-authored by Erin Benzakein of Floret.
LEARN HOW TO GROW THE MOST SOUGHT-AFTER CUT FLOWERS
The course includes detailed lessons on each of these flowers. Plus, everything you need to know to:
Build Great Soil
Find & Select the Best Flowers (and Foliage!)
Feed and Water your Flowers
Deal with Pests & Disease
Ensure a Continuous Supply of Blooms
Post-Harvest Care & Conditioning
A simple process for planning your cutting garden. Understand your zone, microclimate, plant spacing, succession planting and more. 8 Lessons.
The best annuals, perennials, shrubs, vines, herbs and bulbs for your cut flower garden + what to plant for a continuous supply. 11 Lessons.
A practical, step by step guide to building great soil. Learn how to create the optimum soil structure and fertility for growing spectacular cut flowers. 7 Lessons.
The #1 most important skill every flower gardener needs to master + how to create the healthiest and most productive garden possible. 7 Lessons.
Everything you need to know to cultivate cut flowers including transplanting, nutrition, watering, plant supports and more. 14 Lessons.
How to approach the most common flower gardening challenges (including pests and disease) with confidence and ease. 7 Lessons.
A master gardener's guide to growing the most sought after flowers included garden roses, peonies, clematis and more. 15 Lessons.
Everything you need to know about harvesting and conditioning annuals, bulbs, woody herbs and flowering shrubs. 3 Lessons.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT GARDEN TO VASE
The wealth of knowledge that you've compiled is astounding. The cost of the entire course could be for the information in module 7 ‘grow’ alone! It’s incredible.
I wish I had had this when I was first getting started, but even so I still feel like I have learned so many new tips, tricks and methods that I can't wait to implement at Worlds End this coming season.
Jennell Lehman | Worlds End Farm & Saipua
I’m seeing some fantastic results from the material that was shared in the Garden to Vase course. It truly is a wonderful resource and I cannot recommend it highly enough!
The Garden to Vase course has completely opened my eyes to a new approach to gardening. I would DEFINITELY recommend it! It's an incredible wealth of knowledge for gardeners of any level and because of it I know this will be my most successful gardening year yet!
Kim Spears | Busy Bee Farm & Florals
Clare's expert approach of caring for your garden as a system from the soil to the roots up to the flowers makes so much sense, and the course offered heaps more than I expected. I can't put a price on what I've learned but honestly, at this tuition, the course is a steal!
Erin Urton | A Fox in the Flowers