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Conservation Volunteers Galway will be kick starting their events this season beginning with 'Bulbathon' which is to take place in Doughishka park on Saturday October 15.
Keane’s Garden Centre, Kilcolgan is kicking off the growing season with great special offers on fruit trees. Apple is the most popular fruit tree for the Irish gardener but our climate is suitable for many other types of fruit tree.
Trees bring a beauty and interest that changes through the seasons. They have a particular beauty at the moment when silhouetted against a bright winter sky, or when they glisten with frost on a cold winter morning. Watch them through spring as their buds develop, their new leaves emerge, and many break into flower. See their fruits grow through late summer and enjoy watching the birds feed on them. Many show a vibrant riot of colour in autumn, then one day the branches will be bare again as they sleep through winter.
I was going to ignore it and presumed it would be forgotten about quickly, but no, the tree stump in the Rathkeale churchyard is still in the news.