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Bloom 2019 sponsorship opportunities

Bloom 2019 sponsorship opportunities

Let your brand BLOOM at Ireland's best-loved lifestyle event! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLOAGqHQR9o WHAT CAN BLOOM DO FOR YOUR BRAND?   PRODUCT SAMPLING Bloom is the perfect location to enable over 100,000 consumers...
Designer Alan Rudden at the Life Is Rose Santa Rita Living La Vida 120 garden. Photo Johnny Bambury / Fennell Photography

Irish garden designer scoops coveted Gold Medal at prestigious UK flower show

Garden designer Alan Rudden from Castleknock in Dublin has received a Gold Medal for his ‘Santa Rita Living La Vida 120’ garden at the RHS Hampton...
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RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show Awards 2018

Congratulations to all of the 2018 Hampton Court Palace Flower Show award winners. Gardens Best Show Garden B&Q Bursting Busy Lizzie Garden Designed by Matthew Childs Best Construction Award B&Q...
Designer Alan Rudden at the Life Is Rose Santa Rita Living La Vida 120 garden. Photo Johnny Bambury / Fennell Photography

Award winning Dublin-based garden designer to exhibit at world’s largest annual flower show

Five-time Bloom gold medal-winning garden designer Alan Rudden from Castleknock is creating one of the 31 show gardens which will feature at the prestigious RHS Hampton Court...
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Philadelphia Flower Show 2018 Entrance Garden designed with SketchUp – Video

Join Dan Brown (http://sketchuptrainer.com) and Gary Radin (http://garyradin.com) as they talk about the inspiration for and fabrication of the entrance exhibit to the world's...
Bloom 2018

Some 119,000 attend Bloom 2018

Some 119,000 people attended Bord Bia’s Bloom festival in the Phoenix Park, Dublin over the June bank holiday weekend. Tara McCarthy, CEO of Bord Bia, the...
Twins Logan and Kal Smith (1) from Navan enjoy the Fruit Juice Matters Garden at Bord Bia's Bloom 2018 where 20 show gardens, 13 postcard gardens and 200 retail stands that include more than 100 food and drink exhibitors and some 30 plant nurseries are on display. The 70-acre site of stages, marquees and pavilions are hosting in the region of 150 live talks, demonstrations and family-friendly activities continues untilMonday, June 4th. Photo Fennell Photography

Day 5 – Bloom Highlights

Today, Monday, 4 June 2018, is the penultimate of five days of activities from Bord Bia’s 12th Bloom festival in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. MILLIONTH VISITOR On Sunday, Bord Bia’s Bloom...
Bord Bia today hosted more than 200 national and international buyers for a trade breakfast in the Food Village at Bloom, Ireland’s largest gardening, food and drink festival created by Bord Bia. The breakfast event is just one of a number of business opportunities which Bord Bia’s Bloom offers to Irish companies exhibiting at the festival with the showcase also offering a platform for emerging businesses and new product innovations to launch. A 2017 visitor report quantified spend at the show at almost Eur9 million, with the potential for up to Eur34 million spent with exhibiting companies post-event. Pictured addressing the event is Tara McCarthy, Chief Executive, Bord Bia. Iain White - Fennell Photography.

Business blooming at Ireland’s premier floral and food festival as 200 buyers descend on...

Bord Bia today hosted more than 200 national and international buyers for a trade breakfast in the Food Village at Bloom, Ireland’s largest gardening,...
Bloom 2018

‘The Greener Way for Fingal’ wins Gold at Bloom 2018

Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Fingal County Council, and the Dublin Dun-Laoghaire Education and Training Board (ETB) have been awarded a gold medal for their...
Designer Andrew Christopher Dunne, The Sustainable Seafood Garden, Gold Medal Winner and Overall Show Garden Winner at Bord Bia's Bloom 2018. Following a rigorous two-day judging process with an independent panel of expert judges, the award was announced as Bord Bia opened the gates on the 12th annual Bloom festival in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. The Sustainable Seafood Garden tells the story of the journey from tide to table, of the fish and seafood that surround and inhabit this island. It boasts a large water feature with shimmering fish sculptures and an ÔupcycledÕ fishing boat which doubles as a kitchen. Throughout the weekend, the boat will host cookery demonstrations featuring sustainably sourced seafood. Bord Bia's Bloom takes place in the Phoenix Park from May 31st to June 4th. Photo Fennell Photography

What A Catch! Sustainable Seafood Garden Hooks Overall Prize at Bloom 2018

Garden designer Andrew Christopher Dunne from the coastal fishing village of Clogherhead in County Louth has been named as the overall Show Garden winner...