Taranaki Garden Festival

Book your tickets to the Centuria Taranaki Garden Festival 2022 today!

Flower Arranging Workshop

with Sarah Good  


Sarah Good from The Good Flower Studio is a florist whose love of colour, wild gardens, and seasonal foraging shows in her unique creations. This year she has been inspired by the native plants painted by her relative, botanical artist Fanny Good (1860-1950), and has been reinterpreting them as floral arrangements using foraged natives and plants found in unexpected places. Her work will be featured in an exhibition at Puke Ariki Museum titled State of Nature: Picturing the Silent Forest (10 December 2022 – 23 April 2023).  

Join Sarah in a floral workshop to learn tricks of the trade for creating your own wild and native arrangement. Sarah will share her enthusiasm for foraging so you can take away both your bouquet and some knowledge to get creative at home. 

Also of interest:

NZ Gardener VIP Tours

Join Jo, the editor of NZ Gardener, on a guided VIP Tour at one of these four amazing gardens featured in this year's festival.  Read More >

Landscape Design Project

Free to the Public
In the heart of New Plymouth, landscape designer Michael Mansvelt has transformed a high-profile space into a pop-up rainforest beside a stream.   Read More >

Homegrown Kitchen with Nicola Galloway

Nicola Galloway is an award-winning food writer and chef, and author of five cookbooks, including her new cookbook The Homemade Table to be released in spring 2022. Read More >