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January 30, 2022
10:30 am to 5:00 pm
Burren Flower Farm, Turloughmore, Boston Tubber, Co. Clare, H91 RHR2

10.30am to 5pm

Sowing seeds of annuals, biennials, perennials – understanding the differences.

Seeds, compost, trays, modules, blocks, watering, potting up, planting out.

Common mistakes, what to look out for. Timing your sowings, growing your plants on, collecting seed, storing seed.

Level – beginners

Cost €125 class size 8 people

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February 6, 2022
10:30 am to 5:00 pm
Burren Flower Farm, Turloughmore, Boston Tubber, Co. Clare, H91 RHR2

10.30am to 5pm

Sowing seeds of annuals, biennials, perennials – understanding the differences.

Seeds, compost, trays, modules, blocks, watering, potting up, planting out.

Common mistakes, what to look out for. Timing your sowings, growing your plants on, collecting seed, storing seed.

Level – beginners

Cost €125 class size 8 people

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February 27, 2022
2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Burren Flower Farm, Turloughmore, Boston Tubber, Co. Clare, H91 RHR2

Versatile throughout the growing season, easy to grow, abundant flowering and available in such diversity of colour and scent. Sweet peas are absolute essentials in any garden, of any style.

Learn the various ways to speed up the germination of sweet pea seeds, how best to start them, grow them, maximise flower production and store their seeds for next year. Level – beginners

Cost €75, class size 8 people

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March 6, 2022
2:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Burren Flower Farm, Turloughmore, Boston Tubber, Co. Clare, H91 RHR2

This particular workshop focuses on the work horse and darling of the late summer garden, the dahlia. Ranging in height from 30cm to 130cm, with thousands of varieties to choose from, there is a colour and shape for every corner of the garden.

How best to start, grow and store dahlias.

Categories of dahlias and recommendations for varieties.

Maximising flower production. 

Winter care.

Level – beginners to mid

Cost €125 (includes light lunch and refreshments if permitted by guidelines) class size 8 people

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March 20, 2022
10:30 am to 5:00 pm
Burren Flower Farm, Turloughmore, Boston Tubber, Co. Clare, H91 RHR2

10.30am to 5pm

Sowing seeds of annuals, biennials, perennials – understanding the differences.

Seeds, compost, trays, modules, blocks, watering, potting up, planting out.

Common mistakes, what to look out for. Timing your sowings, growing your plants on, collecting seed, storing seed.

Level – beginners

Cost €125 class size 8 people

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April 10, 2022
10:30 am to 5:00 pm
Burren Flower Farm, Turloughmore, Boston Tubber, Co. Clare, H91 RHR2

Each workshop discusses the history, theory, principles and essential elements of flower arranging. We also discuss the merits of different vases/containers for your flowers, the styles achievable and the best treatments for different flowers to prolong vase life. We spend time both flower arranging and also examining our materials in situ where they are growing and discuss how they are best harvested. Sarah will explain the background and theory of flower arranging and then she will encourage you to produce an arrangement that is uniquely you.nnWhat differs in each course is the material we work with. All materials we use for these classes are grown here at the Burren Flower Farm either cultivated or foraged and therefore are unique to and reflect the particular season. Participants bring their own beautiful arrangements home with them.

Level – beginners

Cost €125, class size 8 people, includes light lunch and refreshments

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April 24, 2022
10:30 am to 5:00 pm
Burren Flower Farm, Turloughmore, Boston Tubber, Co. Clare, H91 RHR2

Each workshop discusses the history, theory, principles and essential elements of flower arranging. We also discuss the merits of different vases/containers for your flowers, the styles achievable and the best treatments for different flowers to prolong vase life. We spend time both flower arranging and also examining our materials in situ where they are growing and discuss how they are best harvested. Sarah will explain the background and theory of flower arranging and then she will encourage you to produce an arrangement that is uniquely you.nnWhat differs in each course is the material we work with. All materials we use for these classes are grown here at the Burren Flower Farm either cultivated or foraged and therefore are unique to and reflect the particular season. Participants bring their own beautiful arrangements home with them.

Level – beginners

Cost €125, class size 8 people, includes light lunch and refreshments

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