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Stratford on Slaney is Buzzing with Bees!

The participants of my Baltinglass ‘Gardening for Biodiversity’ classes decided to join forces on Earth Day, April 22nd and plant for the local bees and butterflies. All around the country positive action of pollinators are happening and this one will add to the network. A choice of perennial herbaceous plants, herbs and a few ground cover shrubs were chosen based on the flowering season, and colours bees and butterflies like. …Read More

Gardening for Biodiversity lands at Raheen, Clonroche Co Wexford

So glad to be continuing this successful project with the help of Wexford County Council’s Local Agenda 21 grant and the support of Raheen Family Resource Centre. At a time when gardeners and community groups are gearing up for another year of planting, weeding and composting, I hope to add a few layers of advice and guidance to their gardening ways. I’m repeating the same topics covering Trees for Wildlife …Read More

Biodiversity Gardening at Colclough Walled Garden, Tintern Abbey

I am very please to announce this latest event in my themed ‘Gardening for Biodiversity’ talks and workshops. I had the pleasure of being invited by Colclough Walled Garden management to give a guided walk & talk using Colclough Walled Garden and Tintern Abbey’s very special natural environment as an outdoor classroom. (June 25th 2pm in Colclough Walled Garden, near Saltmills, Sth Wexford). What can we as gardeners and horticulturists …Read More