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Clive and Murray at Bloom 2013 ....

Posted Jun 03 2013 6:05pm

The boys were at Bloom in the Phoenix Park again today, they love going in to see all the show gardens and meet so many people every June Bank Holiday.  The first garden they stopped to admire was the Jack & Jill Children's Foundation Garden by Kildare Growers.

The Jack & Jill Foundation is an amazing charity helping families with children with severe neurological development issues and also helping them with home respite care.   Their garden today was really lovely - it was a contemporary garden giving the idea of a journey.

The next garden the boys stopped at was the 'Blossom with Every Breath' - The Cystic Fibrosis Garden designed by Erika Reeves from Tipperary and planted with support from Dundrum Nurseries.  Murray really loved this garden ....

Clive and himself were even allowed inside the garden which excited Murray hugely!  Those fabulous models of the children running though the garden really appealed to Murray.  He wanted some for his own garden ...

Bloom was very busy even though the boys were there early this morning so they really enjoyed the calmness and serenity in this garden.  Erika was very kind to the boys and allowed them to take some time out in the garden before they continued around the rest of the gardens ....

The last garden the boys stopped by was The Wizard of Oz Sanctuary Garden.  Murray had seen photos of puppy in training Wizard here yesterday so we took one of Clive in the garden as well.

Clive & Murray even got to meet 'Dorothy' - how cool was that!

The boys really enjoyed their visit to Bloom again this year - they have been going for the past five years and every year always find something that really appeals to them.  This year, Murray is still talking about those amazing figures in 'Blossom with Every Breath' .....

Well done to all the garden designers for creating such exciting and attractive gardens and highlighting and supporting some great charities as well.

- Clive & Co
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