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No 11 Grattan Terrace has to be one of the only homes in Galway that offers stunning views of Galway Bay from every window in the house. Facing the Salthill Promenade, views of the bay must be seen in order to fully appreciate as you can see all of the bay, the Clare hills, and the Aran Islands.
Sustainability, local food, and ‘grow your own’, are central themes to this year’s Bloom festival, which will take place in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, over the June Bank Holiday weekend.
Green fingered enthusiasts in need of space to grow fruit and vegetables can now do so in Galway Bay Allotments in Clarinbridge.
Elm landscaping is a vibrant young company, offering a variety of landscaping services. From grass cutting and maintenance of commercial parks, to the construction of pergolas and water features in private estates or gardens Elm covers all landscaping needs. It also provides a service to hire out mini-digger and skid steer loaders with a driver.
Have you an interest in gardening and would you like an ‘allotment’ to grow your own veggies? Michael Brady carpentry services can design and build the perfect plot suitable for your personal use.
Though plants should form the backbone of our gardens, including features and decorative objects can add the finishing touches and give an insight to the personality of the gardener.
It has been a strange gardening year so far. In my garden at least, plants are beginning to flower that have already flowered earlier this year while some spring shrubs are only coming into flower now. I’m not complaining, though, as flowers at any time are welcome. Another thing that is very noticeable this year is the beautiful scents in my garden. Such a variety of perfumes from lilies, buddleias, etc. They really brighten my days.
What is underfoot in the garden is as important as the shrubs, trees, etc, growing in it. Believe it or not pathways and ground surfacing in general can be as decorative as it is functional.
The winter garden can be a very peaceful garden offering a break from the routine gardening chores of summer lawn mowing, hedge cutting, weeding, etc.
As the growing season slows down and prepares to rest for the winter months ahead, gardening takes a change of direction. Foliage is beginning to change coats, putting on its rust and red shades of autumn; annual bedding plants are dying off while perennials on the other hand are storing up food supplies for the dormant season ahead. All things considered autumn enters and leaves in a blaze of colour.