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The Noughticulture Talks: New Voices in Floristry

Alice Vincent of Noughticulture is back on stage at the Museum with an evening dedicated to new ideas and approaches in floristry.

She will interview Camila Klich and Marianne Mogendorff from Wolves Lane Flower Company, joint-winners of the British Flowers Week competition held at the Museum recently, who grow all their flowers from seed; alongside Sarah Diligent, who established Floribunda Rose in 2014 and is a passionate spokesperson for British-grown cut flowers.

They’ll talk about their careers before floristry, their approach to design, and how to make a career.

For Q&A they will be joined by Shane Connolly of Shane Connolly & Co., who combines a reputation as one of the world’s most in-demand floral designers with an advocacy for not just British-grown flowers but the meaning and art of flowers.

This is the fourth in a series of lectures looking at urban gardening for the new generation, curated by Alice Vincent (Author of How to Grow Stuff: Easy, no stress gardening for beginners, and writer for The Telegraph).

Speaker Biographies

  • Alice Vincent

    Alice Vincent

    Alice Vincent is an author, journalist and self-taught urban gardener. She has kept a column with The Telegraph for two years, and brought out her first book, How to Grow Stuff: no stress gardening for beginners, in March 2017. She documents her growing adventures through Instagram and a newsletter under Noughticulture.

  • Sarah Diligent

    Sarah Diligent

    Sarah Diligent

    Sarah Diligent of Floribunda Rose creates floral design using a considered approach. Trying to reduce the industry’s carbon footprint one arrangement at a time, Sarah is keen to show a new way ~ one which is realistic, achievable and appealing.

  • Camila Klich and Marianne Mogendorff

    Camila Klich and Marianne Mogendorff

    Wolves Lane

    Wolves Lane Flower Company was started in April 2017 by Marianne Mogendorff and Camila Klich - two friends passionate about growing flowers and respecting the environment. Despite having established careers in theatre and fashion we nurtured a shared ambition to devote our time to flowers. On our north London plot, we grow without chemicals and with a sustainable approach at the heart of everything we do. Our floral designs celebrate seasonality and we aim to inspire people with the potential of British, locally grown flowers, without compromising on beauty and quality.