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Making the most of your garden space this summer

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Not all of us are blessed with large, spacious gardens to cultivate but with a touch of creativity and a lot of improvisation, any garden space can become a sanctuary.

Greenfly? Bring it on…..

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My garden design clients are often nervous about growing roses in their gardens as there’s a perception that they take a lot of maintenance and “you have to spray them a lot”. This is really not so. Certainly if you want a really, really low maintenance garden, there’s a host of other shrubs you can use to give you structure, colour and interest all year round. To get the best from roses, an occasional prune and feed does make a difference – although those are easier to do than you might think.

More than forty years of history at Dangan House Garden Centre

Dangan House Garden Centre is 41 years old this year. This is the story of how a humble market stall in the Saturday market grew into the successful business it is today.

More than forty years of history at Dangan House Garden Centre

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Dangan House Garden Centre is 41 years old this year. This is the story of how a humble market stall in the Saturday market grew into the successful business it is today.

Setting Boundaries

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Whatever size your garden is, there will be some sort of boundary separating it from the world outside and the boundary has an important role to play in a number of ways. In towns and cities we need to enclose our own space and create a private area outside our homes for our own personal use, and in more rural areas with larger gardens the boundaries may be further away from the house itself, but still have an important role to play in the design of the garden.

Time to reconnect with your garden

Although it may seem as though winter still has us in its grip, it is getting weaker by the day and spring is around the corner.

The sensory garden

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It’s easy to think of a garden as something you just look at or look after – and with our west of Ireland weather that can be the case all too often. A garden can do so much more for you than just enhance your home and look smart – if planned carefully it can bring you so many benefits and enhance your well-being by appealing to all five of the senses – this is what we call a sensory garden and thinking about the garden this way and incorporating elements that appeal to the senses can help you to get the very best from this valuable space.

Home improvement projects to tackle this summer

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If you are looking to give your home that upgrade you've always wanted to, now is the time to do it. Why wait until the cold winter months when there will be freezing cold winds and overcast skies hampering your efforts? Advertiser.ie has some suggestions that you can take on with the sun at your back.

Community garden to become social, health, environmental and learning hub

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After the winter break, the Ballinfoile Mór Community Garden will reopen this Saturday (February 18) at 11am.

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs DJ @ Electric

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ORLANDO TOBIAS Edward Higginbottom, better known as British electronic music producer, DJ, and singer, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, will DJ at the next Hoolie night in the Electric Garden and Theatre.

 

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