Knightsbridge London

About Judith

Judith is renowned worldwide for her teaching skills in flower arranging and floristry. Her flower school, which is located in a charming flower-filled mews in Knightsbridge, has been running for 13 years.

It is the foremost private flower arranging and floristry school in the UK and is accredited by the British Accreditation Council. The school’s students come from all over the world to benefit from the knowledge and experience of Judith and her team, and leave with acknowledged certification.

Judith herself is one of the most respected figures in the world of flowers. She is the author of 12 bestselling floristry books (including Church Flowers and The Encyclopedia of Floral Design), and editor of The Flower Arranger magazine (published by NAFAS).

In 2011, she co-founded Flowers@Chicheley Hall – the biggest cut-flower event ever seen in the UK. Judith is currently planning Flowers@Oxford the August 2014, which promises to be the floral event of the year. She regularly appears on television and demonstrates at leading global floral events, including the Chelsea Flower Show. She has arranged flowers at many high-profile venues such as Kensington Palace and taught floral design to personalities including Kirstie Allsopp, Gordon Ramsay and James May. She has acted as a consultant to Topshop, BT and Channel 4.

About the school

The Judith Blacklock Flower School is located in a flower-filled mews close to the busy hub of Knightsbridge. The UK's foremost private flower school, it has been established for 15 years and has an exceptional reputation worldwide for teaching classic flower arranging skills and cutting-edge floristry methods.

The highly regarded courses are accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC) and the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD). There are timetables to suit all schedules and levels - including online courses, short one-day classes, part-time tuition and intensive two-week training. Private tuition and group bookings are available upon request.