Clare Garden Festival will be held again on Sunday the 30th April. The festival provides a day out for all the family with great food and entertainment available and is a treat for all gardeners. Clare Garden Festival will be led by celebrity speakers from the gardening world bringing exciting talks for ornamental and vegetable gardeners and it will feature a vast Garden & Food Fair of over 60 quality stalls from all over Ireland. The venue Ennis showgrounds featuring a huge indoor arena as well as outdoor spaces and plenty of parking is conveniently located just off the M18 and in walking distance of the county town of Ennis.
"Clare Garden Festival aims to embrace all the different types of gardening and growers with different abilities and backgrounds. In my experience with gardeners all over the West, there is huge interest in talks and demos by enthusiastic and experienced growers. Whether it is a talk about Flowers and Shrubs or Potatoes and Tomatoes or a visit to a garden or park – the light-hearted, down-to-earth atmosphere and there's-no-such-thing-as-a-stupid-question attitude of gardeners as a whole are wonderful and infectious." says Clare Garden Festival organiser, Carmen Cronin.
Our Mindful Beauty Products that are made in Ireland with Wild Atlantic Seaweed, aromatherapy essential oils and other natural ingredients are available from our stall in the main Clare Garden Festival this Sunday in Ennis. We will be there whilst stocks last. These should be of huge interest to gardeners as we use plant extracts wherever we can.
Make sure you check out our bestselling ArthroAroma massage oil for aches and pains. People tell us its wonderful to use and they keep coming back for more and more. see bottle below.
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