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This year Enniscoe Organic Garden near Crossmolina, one of the oldest in the country, will be celebrating 25 years as a certified organic garden. Certification is carried out annually by the Organic Trust in Ireland.
Call in to McGaugh's Gardening Complex where you will find fabulous Christmas decor with up to 70 per cent off in the bargain den, which is located upstairs in McGaugh's Christmas Emporium.
All the gardening programmes and magazine articles are telling us that if we want to have spring colour we need to take the time to plant our bulbs and seeds now. Of course, it is not enough to plant the seeds and bulbs, we need to make sure they are planted correctly and looked after and then we can look forward to having beautiful colour next Easter.
Welcome back to Gardenwise for 2019 and I hope you missed me! I’m looking forward to sharing all things gardening with you this year as we, and our gardens, emerge shivering from another winter. There might be a few more weeks of it to go yet, but the days are beginning to lengthen out and you can be sure that spring, green and growth are not too far away.
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.