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Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring officially launched the Clew Bay Garden Trail on Friday last. The concept of the trail was drawn up by a number of local residents and garden enthusiasts and gives a unique opportunity to visitors and local people to view a varied selection of private gardens in Mayo.
Brigit’s Garden is offering a unique opportunity for grandparents and grandchildren to have fun together on Sunday from 1pm to 5.30pm.
Planting season is upon us. Garden centres and DIY stores will be buzzing with people popping in to buy seeds and plants to transform their gardens from dull, wintry, places to bright summery spaces. This summer those who consider themselves to be green fingered may just be turning their hand to more than planting in the garden — they may be planting their homes.
A child-centred garden in Moycullen will feature on RTE’s Supergarden on Tuesday next, May 1
Just like the school year, the gardening year begins in autumn, which may come as a surprise to many. If 2011 has been a gardening disappointment for you due to the unfavourable weather, there is no need to wait until spring to begin improving matters. Autumn is the best time to plant.
Clare Farm Heritage Tours will present the fourth walk in its series of summer events on Harry Jeuken's farm on Sunday September 11. Harry Jeuken will show his own garden on the day, where most years he is able to successfully grow a wide variety of crops outdoors, and he will also explain prehistoric cooking practices with two fulachta fiadh on his land. The meeting point for this walk is Gortlecka Cross near Mullaghmore and refreshments will be available at the end of the tour.
Western Care Association are organising a Community Fun Day in St John’s Resource Centre, Ballinamore, Kiltimagh on Sunday July 24 from 2pm to 5pm.
You don’t have to do an entire overhaul of your garden to get it to feel fresh again. By making a few simple changes to your garden you can make it feel like new again, and even add value to your home.
Get your summer off to a flying start with McDonogh’s in Ballybane, which is offering a minimum of 10 per cent and up to 30 per cent off all barbecues, barbecue accessories, pots and planters, water features, and garden furniture.
Celebrity gardener Dermot O’Neill performed the officially opening of the sensory garden at the new LARCC Centre at Multyfarnham recently.