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Derrick Hambleton of An Tasice and permaculture advisor, Hannah Mole will host a free workshop on food growing, gardening, and permaculture this weekend as part of Galway City Heritage Week.
A number of Mayo garden centres have signed up to a new national campaign called GroMór, which aims to promote the health benefits of gardening and get the country growing.
The Homeland store in Ballina has been named the DIY Garden Centre of the Year at Bord Bia’s Garden Industry Awards.
The Irish Red Cross is appealing to Galway gardening enthusiasts to take part in Open Gardens 2014.
The Organic Gardener recently won two prestigious awards at events held in Galway. The company won an award in the Best of Galway Awards in the home and garden section. Meanwhile Fergus Whitney, director of the business, won a Junior Chamber award for moral and environmental leadership.
Renowned gardener Lorna McMahon will once again open her garden, Ardcarraig, to the public on the last three Sundays in May in aid of the Galway Mental Health Association.
At the newly established Clare Garden Festival, which will be held on the last Sunday in April, visitors can expect an impressive programme of expert talks, a great garden, an artisan food fair with stallholders from all over Ireland, music, children's gardening and entertainment, and a gardeners’ raffle in aid of Clare Crusaders.
The Garden School offers courses in horticulture and gardening and is an approved exam centre for Royal Horticultural Society Qualifications.
A free hedging advice weekend will take place this Saturday and Sunday September 15 and 16 in all Horkan’s Garden Centre stores.
Ireland’s four main horticulture industry associations — the Association of Landscape Contractors of Ireland (ALCI), the Garden Centre Association of Ireland (GCAI), the Irish Hardy Nursery Stock Association (IHNSA), and the Garden and Landscape Designer Association of Ireland (GLDA), in conjunction with Bord Bia, are encouraging garden centres, and landscape and garden designers in Galway to take part in an autumn gardening campaign this September. The campaign aims to encourage and educate people on the advantages of gardening during the autumn. Planning is already under way for a number of exciting events and activities due to take place across the country.