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Glenbernie Family Farm

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Dish the Dirt
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Marika and John’s Farm Glenbernie Family Farms is a small flower farm set on ten acres in the Hawkesbury an hour west of Sydney.
Marika and John have years of experience in the agriculture industry and have farmed on the property in Kurmond for 14 years.

When COVID hit last year Marika was home s
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Marika and John’s Farm Glenbernie Family Farms is a small flower farm set on ten acres in the Hawkesbury an hour west of Sydney.
Marika and John have years of experience in the agriculture industry and have farmed on the property in Kurmond for 14 years.

When COVID hit last year Marika was home schooling her 4 school age children. Being home more she found herself gardening at every chance she had. Finding Erin of Floret online reading her books. Marika’s love of farming and growing seeds started the talk of a flower farm. It was a long slow process learning so much and still learning.

We’re a pick your own flower farm, bringing the Sydney community together. We supply florist and the general public. Just recently
hosting online workshops and we will hold workshops on the farm when all the COVID restrictions are over.

It’s so important for our local community to see where there flowers come from, how there grown and how beautiful fresh Australian flowers can be and are.
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