Bloom

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Phoenix Park, Thursday 2nd June - Monday 6th June

Bord Bia Bloom takes place over five days on the June Bank Holiday weekend, running from 9am to 6pm daily. Bloom, which celebrates its sixteenth birthday in 2022, has been deemed one of the nations’ favourite summer/garden events and takes place across 70 acres in the Phoenix Park. This spectacular gardening event is a great coming together for garden designers, flower growers, landscapers, plantaholics, garden-furniture makers, food fanatics and anyone who loves to garden.

Now in its 16th year, Bloom has become one of Ireland’s largest showcases celebrating the best of Irish horticulture, food and drink. Originally created to promote plants, garden design, horticulture and gardening, Bord Bia’s role in promoting food and drink has allowed Bloom to develop further. The show has grown into something which not only makes for a great day out, but also offers a huge range of practical information on everything from gardening, to growing fruit and vegetables, cooking and culture.

Bloom spans over 70 acres in the Phoenix Park and in 2019 (our last physical event) showcased 22 show gardens,14 postcard gardens, some 50 floral and botanical art displays, 160 retailers, over 100 food and drink producers and more than 100 live talks, demonstrations and family friendly activities. The growing visitor numbers to the show reflects the public’s passion for horticulture and food, and Bloom is now viewed as one of the unmissable events in the nation’s summer calendar.

Bloom - Celebrate garden life at Ireland's largest and most spectacular gardening event. Created by Bord Bia. Phoenix Park, May 30th-June 3rd

Date:
Thursday 2nd June - Monday 6th June
Time:
9.00am
Price:
From €15
Address:
Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland

Google Map of Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland

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