The Welsh Flower grower network will deliver 100% funded training workshops, one to one technical advice and study visits for flower businesses in Wales. The network will look to drive engagement with commercial flower growers across Wales with the aim of implementing practical development steps to grow business. Aimed at growers who are looking to increase their knowledge including new entrants to growing flowers and build on previous learning for future growth.

Interested? Join Tyfu Cymru and like-minded businesses as a part of this network by emailing tyfucymru@lantra.co.uk

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