EP018- How to grow cut flowers in your garden, with Maura Sheehy


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Jun 05 2020 37 mins   1

In this weeks episode of Master My Garden Podcast I am joined by Maura Sheehy.  
Maura is an award-winning artisan flower farmer and florist running Maura’s Cottage Flowers, which caters for weddings, corporate floral requirements, doing local deliveries and flower arranging classes, just outside Tralee in Co Kerry.
Maura manages her own flower farm, which she farms sustainably and she offer's a bespoke service creating arrangements that are unique and distinctive, with an eye for colour and attention to detail. Her flowers are scented, natural and always reflect the seasons.

Maura is a founding member of the Flower Farmers of Ireland and a regular columnist with Irish Country Living magazine.

Its a great episode in which Maura outlines the best flowers to grow in your garden so you can have your own bouquets of flowers for many months during the year. She also outlines her memories of her favourite gardening style "the cottage garden" look and gives her tips for us gardeners so we can have that look also. You can find Maura on her website link belowor her social channels which are really worth checking out!!
https://www.maurascottageflowers.ie/
https://www.instagram.com/maurascottageflowers/
https://www.facebook.com/maurascottageflowers/

There will be a blog post outlining Maura's list of flowers perfect for creating your own bouquets on my website soon if you would like to read about it. https://mastermygarden.com/
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Until the next time 
Happy Gardening
John