Floristry Department


The Floristry Department is one of the newest and most ambitious departments employing qualified specialists whose works are famous all over Europe. The training programmes meet the highest standards of theoretical and practical training. Floristry – science, art, lifestyle. These words are used to introduce the floristry training programme to a person who seeks an opportunity to reveal and improve his/her creative powers. In the course of floristry studies, you will know and learn the following:

  • the botanical variety of flora;
  • flower cultivation and care characteristics;
  • floral composition art;
  • bouquet preparation techniques;
  • floral composition creation methods;
  • festive and ceremonial decoration;
  • interior decoration by using floral objects;
  • floristry business organisation.

By accepting and preparing floristry orders in the new Floristry Studio, you will acquire useful experience not only for your future career, but also for every-day life. The students plan their learning and carefully compile the portfolio of their achievements.



*The students with disabilities are integrated into the study environment without accentuating their disability and by creating favourable learning environment.


The Floristry Department is an active participant of the EU projects and has currently submitted two applications to receive financing for student internships and improvement of foreign language skills. The Department is preparing the third application for the development of the 5th level florist training programme due to a constant increase in the need for enhancement of qualification of working florists.

The Department is proud of and appreciates the friendship with such floristry schools as Atelier5 (Switzerland), Smilax (Spain) and Sibirskaya Orchideya (Russia).

The florists of our Centre are constant participants and organisers of Lithuanian floristry events and projects, participants of the Floristry Competition of Lithuanian Vocational Schools “Floristinė virtuvė” (Floristry Kitchen) and winners of the 1st place in 2013 (Kristina-Monika Skliaustytė). On the initiative of vocational teacher Marijus Gvildis, the floristry show “Įkvėpimo naktis” (Inspiration Night) is organised, which attracts the most famous floristry artists to Lithuania, i.e., Peter Hess (Switzerland), Jordi Pascual (Spain), Natalja Zhizhko (Russia), Vadim Kazanskiy (Russia), Roman Steingauer (Russia), Vitaliy Piatakov (Russia). The floristry symposium “Floristinių kultūrų tiltai” (Bridges of Floral Cultures) has been taking place in Šiluva since 2009, during which the blessed approaches of Šiluva are decorated for the Šilinės Feast.


Phone: +370 682 82665

Address: Griunvaldo g. 20, Kaunas.