Give the gift of floral design this holiday season!

This holiday give your loved one the gift of floral design at FlowerSchool New York! All certificates are mailed in a presentation envelope affixed with the school’s seal. CLICK HERE to purchase a gift certificate today!

Registration now Extended through Jan 12th for “The World of Frida Kahlo” with Ariella Chezar!

Registration now Extended through Jan 12th for “The World of Frida Kahlo” with Ariella Chezar! This trip will feature dinners at several best restaurants  in Mexico City including world renowned, Pujol, private entry into Frida Kahlo’s house, Casa Azul (while closed to the public) exclusive floral design classes with Ariella Chezar, tours of Mexico’s cities best museums and... Read more »

Join us for a skincare blending workshop on Thursday 11/9 @6pm!

In this class, Michelle Gagnon will highlight precious essential oils such as Sandalwood, Geranium, Sea Buckthorn and Carrot Seed that help recover the skin and combat the harsh cold weather to come. These oils are grown and harvested from around the world and contain phyto-nutrients that foster properties that feed, rejuvenate and hydrate the skin.... Read more »

Space still available for ‘A Thanksgiving Centerpiece’ with Ariella Chezar on 11/21 at 4pm!

In this class students will create a beautiful autumnal arrangement perfect for their Thanksgiving table with the esteemed Ariella Chezar using highlights from the season that will impress everyone around your dining room table! Each design will be wrapped as a gift to take home to give to your family and friends on this festive... Read more »

Advanced Event Tablescaping with Ariella Chezar on November 13th – 15th!

“Sophisticated parties call for equally sophisticated tables.” A good looking event does not just end with the flowers but includes a more cohesive, overall design aesthetic including the table linens, china, flatware, candles and décor. In this three-day course, Ariella will impart her experience, expertise, tips and tricks for creating a fully-realized table scape design.... Read more »

Two-Day Professional Development Series on Oct 25th & 26th!

FlowerSchool New York is excited to offer a two-day series devoted to reinvigorating and re-inspiring florists for the fall season and beyond. This new Professional Development Series will feature several designers who will impart their particular expertise and know-how, not just looking at technique, but also the larger concepts of design including management, workflow and pricing. This course is intended... Read more »

Locavore Flowers Master Class: Mastering Branches with Sullivan Owen on Oct. 12th!

As branches are one of the only floral elements that cannot be shipped internationally, they often become one of the most characteristically local elements in a floral design. Branches are often the most representative of place and season giving a greater context to one’s work. In this Master Class, our first FSNY alumna Master Designer,... Read more »

Lewis Miller of LMD Returns to FlowerSchool on September 28th!

Locavore Flowers Master Class: Hudson River Valley with Lewis Miller Lewis Miller’s first floral influence was the abundant and verdant landscape of his Californian upbringing where flowers, fruit and greenery grew year round. Now living in New York for over twenty years, Lewis is renowned for his heightened attention to seasonality finding inspiration from his... Read more »

Flowers from Zonneveld Farm Master Class with Ariella Chezar on October 5th!

With a passion for unique flowers and vines, in 2014 Ariella Chear started her own flower farm called Zonneveld Farm near her home in the Berkshires. Beginning with an intention to grow her own flowers to supply her events and fellow flower designers whenever possible, the farm has ever expanded offering a seasonal playground of... Read more »

Autumn in New York Master Class with Shane Connolly on Sept 21st!

“Autumn is indeed a colorist’s dream and I can’t resist a painterly approach to all my arrangements: a branch or two of fiery foliage is like an impressionist’s doodle in a dull corner. A casual combination of fruit, flowers and foliage becomes an animate still-life for a dinner table.” Shane Connolly,  A Year in Flowers Describing... Read more »