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All systems go for Buds & Blossoms Garden Festival in Spink this Sunday

Laois Garden Festival

The Spink Community Field is the place to be this Sunday, June 12, as the Laois Garden Festival returns for the first time since 2019.

A high-end gardening event, it features some of the top gardening speakers and plant specialists in the country.

It is described as a rare opportunity to hear some of Ireland’s leading gardening experts.

This year’s Laois Garden Festival has an amazing lineup of the best of Irish nurseries and garden providers, with one of the largest selection of unusual plants at one venue in one day.

In addition there are a series of talks from guest speakers Fionualla Fallon, of the Irish Times, Mary Keenan, of the Irish Garden Magazine and The Farmers Journal and Hestor Forde, of the Irish Garden Magazine and Cosheen Garden.

This is a family friendly event, with lots of activities and entertainment for children, live music and food.

In addition you can win a €200 Voucher for Altamont Plants!

Everyone that purchases their ticket online, for this year’s Laois Garden Festival – Buds & Blossoms, will be entered into a draw for a €200 Voucher, for Altamont Plant Sales & Nursery.

An unmissable highlight of a visit to Altamont Gardens is the Walled Garden situated within the grounds of the estate and run privately by gardener and nursery man, Robert Miller.

The area consists of the Corona North Commemorative Border and Altamont Plant Sales and Nursery.

To enter just follow the link below, purchase your ticket, and the winner will be picked on the day of the event!

Tickets available online at http://laoisgardenfestival.com/tickets/. 

Entry is €10 for adults, €5 for students and children U-12 go free.

Spink Community Grounds is situated 5km east of Abbeyleix on the R430 road to Carlow.

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