Keelings To Unveil "Growing Tunnel" At Bloom In The Park
Published on May 22 2014 3:23 PM in Fresh Produce
Keelings has announced that it will install a 15-metre "growing tunnel" at this year's Bloom in the Park, which takes place from Thursday 29 May until 2 May. The growing tunnel will allow visitors t...
Keelings has announced that it will install a 15-metre "growing tunnel" at this year's Bloom in the Park, which takes place from Thursday 29 May until 2 May.
The growing tunnel will allow visitors the opportunity see how fruit is grown on the Keelings farm, with Keelings growers on hand to answer questions from members of the public.
David Keeling, managing director of Keelings Retail, said that the company wanted to "create a presence at Bloom that would be of genuine interest and assistance to visitors. To do this, we wanted to create a space where people could interact with our team of growers in an environment as close to the real Keelings farm as possible. The tunnel allows up to do this."
Keelings will also use the event to showcase additional fresh produce they specialise in, including raspberries, blueberries, gooseberries, lettuce and their stunning lily varieties
For more information, visit www.bloominthepark.com
Pictured are four year olds, Kyle Doyle and Arona Romeri preparing for the unveiling of the strawberry growing tunnel at this year’s Bloom In The Park.