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Ireland’s largest garden, food and family event is coming to Dublin this Thursday 2nd June to Monday 6th June. The festival takes place in Phoenix Park and is an event not to be missed. Bloom offers something for everyone from live cookery classes and craft demonstrations to free garden advice, and remember kids go for free.
This year at Bloom we have a stand where we will be promoting our two sister companies; HobbyFlorist.ie and TheFlowerSchool.ie. We are going to be officially launching HobbyFlorist.ie at Bloom on Thursday morning, so be sure to swing by. HobbyFlorist.ie is a “one-stop-shop” for all your floral sundry needs with the added advantage that you can order from the comfort of your home. HobbyFlorist supply everything you could possibly need if your hobby is floristry or if you just want to attempt floristry for the first time, from foam to vases and from floral scissors to wedding products. The Flower School was set up to share the latest techniques of modern and traditional floristry through its floristry courses. The Flower School aims to push your creative boundaries and teach you the practical elements you need to progress.
HobbyFlorist will be available to offer advice and tips to everyone at Bloom 2011. Additionally, they will be providing you with everything needed to make all of the arrangements that will be demonstrated by the floristry team. They will be selling a hobby florist starter pack which will have everything you need to get started in floristry including floral scissors, pins, raffia, foam, pots and strippers etc. In addition to floral sundries, HobbyFlorist will be selling flowers such as Delphiniums, Hydrangeas, Scented Stock, Roses and Lilies.
During Bloom TheFlowerSchool will be demonstrating how you can make a number of floral arrangements. Every member of the exceptionally talented Flowers Made Easy floristry team will be guiding you, step by step, through the process involved in making beautiful floral arrangements such as floral wreaths, candelabras, modern table centre arrangements and baskets.
HobbyFlorist believe that Bloom offers the perfect setting to launch as it is the one place in Ireland that HobbyFlorist can meet with their customers and bestow some useful floristry tips and techniques. Both HobbyFlorist and TheFlowerSchool are designed to help you discover your floristry passion and are there to help you every step of the way along your floristry journey. Both companies will welcome any questions about floristry or gardening throughout the Bloom festival.
We look forward to talking with you at Bloom 2011.