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Design By Nature to host three Growers Open Days this summer

A wildflower meadow. Photo: Design By Nature.

Design By Nature will host three Wildflower Growers Open Days on Prouts Farm in Urlingford, Co Tipperary, throughout summer.



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3 June 2019

Design By Nature (DBN) will host Wildflower Growers Open Days on June 20, and July 13 and 14, from 11am to 4pm, at Prout Farm, Urlingford Co Tipperary.

Sandro Cafolla, founder of Design By Nature will host a master class farm and crop walk together with demonstrations and talks on the day.

The day will reveal the most up to date experiences and results of 30 years of wildflower growing and research in Ireland. Cafolla will tell all about growing and maintaining wildflower meadows and provide information on individual species.

Topics covered will include: site selection, seed bed preparation, seed sowing, germination, first cut, first year and long term maintenance, and much more.

The open days will prove an ideal outing for horticulturalists, professionals gardeners, farmers, farm advisers, conservationists, biodiversity enthusiasts, tidy towns members, and wild flower lovers.

Attendees are encouraged to share their own experiences, bring soil samples, and printed photographs (no photographs on mobile phones) of their efforts, and ask any questions they might have.

For booking and further information, email with “Openday” as the subject line. Price: €50 per car, team, or business; €25 for individuals. Those attending will also receive free seed to the value of €20.

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lunch as no catering is provided. Meet at 10.45am at Mary Willies Pub car park in Urlingford, Co Tipperary, DBN staff will be present to direct traffic in small numbers to the site where parking is free. No food or water can be consumed on site and please note this is a professional event and those under 18 are not covered by insurance.

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