Big Sky, small grower.
Growing seasonal flowers on a Micro Flower Farm in Mullingar. Selling locally, working in harmony with nature.
Grow your own!
“Very enjoyable, great to see little buds coming and great information especially for me as a beginner.”
“I’m really enjoying this course. Anna is a very enthusiastic and inspiring teacher, with lots of tips for up-cycling and environmentally friendly ways to grow flowers . There is a nice community feel about the classes too (even when online).”
“Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this course. Very informative in a fun and interesting way. I was never bored and really enjoyed it. It’s nice to see over the few weeks of the course the growth and progress from the seeds. Thanks Anna, you were brilliant!”
“Super course..so enjoyable and informative. Lots of practical guidance to get going at seed growing and developing flower beds. Great info on biodiversity and fertilising. Thanks so much Anna. Really excellent course and great to chat with so many gardeners.”
I’m lucky enough to have two places to grow my flowers – my own small suburban garden, and a field by the shores of Lough Owel.
I work in harmony with Nature, so both locations are ‘Managed for Biodiversity’. No chemical fertilisers or pesticides are ever used. This enables me to bring you natural creations that last for longer than you might expect, but when they finally get tired, they are safe to dispose of in your own compost.