The Herb Society Online Event: Saturday 18th May 2024 (10.30am to 12 noon)

Members, we’re excited to announce our second online event of the year!

Please save the date and join us online for a morning of glorious herbs, excellent speakers and knowledge that you can use at home.

Tickets for our next event on Saturday May 18th will be available soon and booking access will be advised in the Herb Society Newsletter.

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Creating A Sustainable Cutting Garden 


Live from her 19th Century Cheshire wharf built by Thomas Telford, Kathryn Cronin – a leading sustainable florist and the founder of Fierceblooms, will be motivating us with her ideas and inspiration for creating and growing our own sustainable, scented, seasonal cutting garden with both flowers and herbs.


In addition, she will be giving us practical tips to be more sustainable in our gardening practices and will be making a live demonstration of how to make a Tussie Mussie, that captures the beauty of May, in it’s purest, most seasonal moment.


Kathryn’s first love was flowers and gardening, inspired by her late grandfather. After studying a degree in Botany, followed by a 25-year corporate career, she returned to what she loved most. Now, 10 years later, Kathryn has created a thriving, sustainable and environmentally focussed British flower business, for which herbs are playing an increasingly important role, in her highly-acclaimed wild garden style designs.


Fierceblooms is an environmentally friendly, wholly sustainable business. Kathryn creates everlasting and fresh floral wild garden style designs for beautiful weddings, funerals and life’s many other meaningful moments – all of which are compostable. She also runs classes and workshops for small groups.  All use exclusively British grown flowers from her seasonal, scented canal side wild garden.


Out of the industrial rubble of yesteryear now comes gorgeous everlasting and fresh flowers, food, and herbs, from the heavy clay soil of the land. “Our sustainable commitment is to the life and love of the land, that we are fortunate to be custodians of. “



The Magic of Herbs