Workshop a blooming success

27th Feb 2024

A flower arranging workshop held in Guyra on the weekend was a great success and organiser Tahlia Fleming is already planning to run another event in March.
Tahlia, husband Cameron and their daughter relocated to the area in mid-2023. They operate ‘Amaroo Blooms’, which is a micro-flower farm, growing and arranging seasonal, spray-free cut flowers. 
At this stage, flowers are available on a custom order basis and can be purchased at a range of price points to suit your needs. Tahlia likes to cut the flowers the morning so when you receive them they are as fresh as can be and last as long as possible.”
The flower arranging workshop was held at Rafters Café & Restaurant, with 16 ladies spending the afternoon talking about flowers, playing with and arranging them, doing trivia, learning wrapping techniques and more.
“It was a fun afternoon, many laughs were shared and all the participants took their creations home to enjoy,” Tahlia said.
“We love the relaxed lifestyle and I’m thankful for the feeling of support I’ve had from the community in Guyra and surrounding areas already.
Tahlia has also had experience creating florals for events such as parties and weddings. She is hoping to expand her flower growing next year as she settles into the area, but is also passionate about supporting other local spray-free growers when she needs to increase her supply.
“I love to purchase flowers from other growers when I need to, instead of shipping them from further afield,” Tahlia said.
“I am also looking forward to meeting more of the community in the future.”
If you want to find out more about Tahlia and see examples of her work, you will find ‘Amaroo Blooms’ on both Instagram and Facebook.
A second flower arranging workshop will be held on March 16th at Rafters commencing at 3pm.
If you are interested in participating in the next workshop you can contact her through her social media pages.

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