UPDATE from the NURSERY!
September 24th 2018
This weather is perfect for planting Spring Flowering Bulbs and we still have a good range available, delivery for bulb only order is just €4.50.
We have just had an HUGE delivery of Trees & Shrubs and the nursery is bursting at the seams and we are hosting a great workshop this weekend:
FUN WITH FLAX @ FUTURE FORESTS - a workshop with Artist and Basket-maker Lynn Kirkham
Phormium or New Zealand Flax is a hardy plant that thrives here in Ireland. It's long flat leaves and threads can be woven to make strong ropes, baskets and many other fun and useful items. Many people have access to this wonderful plant that can provide an abundance of creative material.
Lynn will teach you how to harvest and prepare flax for weaving and plaiting using household tools and how to make a small basket or other project to bring home.
Please bring scissors, some clothes pegs and lunch for yourself.
Also some large mussel shells and other decorative seashells if you are on the shore.
Saturday 29 September 2018 - 10 am to 6 pm - €60pp
Booking essential as spaces are limited.
For bookings or enquiries please contact Lynn on 085 1755 553
Website Lynn Kirkham Website
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Phormium or New Zealand Flax is a hardy plant that thrives here in Ireland. It's long flat leaves and threads can be woven to make strong ropes, baskets and many other fun and useful items.
- Maria Collard Keane