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Mother’s Day Edible Flowers High Tea

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Mother’s Day Edible Flowers High Tea

Time: May 13, 2018 from 1pm to 3:30pm
Location: Ecobotanica
City/Town: Capalaba
Website or Map: https://ecobotanica.com.au/cl…
Event Type: high tea
Organized By: Linda Brennan
Latest Activity: Jan 14, 2018

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Event Description

Sunday 13 May  1-3.30

Celebrate Mother’s Day and spoil mum (or yourself) at the Garden Party with Garden Tour and Edible Flowers High Tea

A very special garden party this month, with a delightful focus on mums. Bring the mum(s)  in your life for this sumptuous afternoon tea and garden party with a floral focus.

She’ll love the time in the garden learning about edible flowers and may even be inspired to grow some at home too. I’ll spoil everyone with deliciously delectable sweet and savoury dishes, all made with love, and edible flowers.

What to expect…

This garden party here at Ecobotanica also celebrates my book: A Delicious Bunch, Growing and cooking with edible flowers.

The  garden party is a lovely event where you will start the afternoon with a private tour of our garden and learn about the edible flowers we grow, sell and use. You’ll be introduced to how and when to grow the best blooms for your table.

The tour is topped off with a delectable afternoon tea featuring the organic and edible flowers we grow here in the garden. As the blooms change seasonally, there will be an ever-changing menu to delight you. At a garden party, you will receive your own copy of A Delicious Bunch.

A Garden Party is a beautiful way to spend a glorious afternoon, surrounded by a lovely garden and learning about edible flowers while indulging in afternoon tea with a difference. Come and meet new friends, or why not bring your mum’s group, friends, bridal party or garden club?

$75 Includes a signed copy of my new book ‘A Delicious Bunch – Growing and cooking with edible flowers‘ and a garden gift bag.

Book by calling Linda 0416157470

or email linda@ecobotanica.com.au

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