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The weather is phenomenal at present. Everyone is basking in the glorious warmth of the sun and moods have been lifted throughout the country. However, if you do not like the heat and want to stay inside, why not keep yourself busy by sprucing up your home.
On Tuesday December 10 Tuar Ard Theatre, Moate will host a special Christmas-themed floral demonstration by Ethel Mitchell from Castle Flowers.
A Christmas flower arranging demonstration by Castlebar Flowers will take place in Christ Church, The Mall, Castlebar on Friday November 30 at 8pm.
It is often the little touches that transform a wedding from the ordinary to the extraordinary, and guests often swoon over wonderful floral arrangements. But for the bride and groom, who have barely a moment to think in the run-up to a wedding, flowers can be just another item on the list to tick off. In the capable hands of Daniela Guder at the Art of Blooming in Moycullen, flowers are one less thing to worry about.
After five years of extensive training, Daniela Guder graduated from the College of Horticulture in Dortmund / Germany with Degrees in Horticulture and Floral Design.
La Maison Chic has been selected by Sia flowers and gifts as its representative for the west of Ireland.
Atishoo! Atishoo! Your eyes are streaming, your nose is running and you are constantly reaching for tissues.
A flower arranging demonstration will take place on June 1 at 8pm in the Merry Monk, Ballina.
This December Heneghan's Florist will celebrate its 25th Christmas season on Sea Road. It opened its doors in 1985, providing Galway with flowers and plants including many homegrown in their own nurseries that was established in the early 1940s by Mark and Norah Heneghan originally at Knocknacarra Cross, and later expanding their greenhouse business to the Ballybanebeg area on the Monivea Road.
Lorraine Hall from the Cleaning Corporation is this week offering hints and tips on how to dry fresh flowers in order to brighten a room.