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What can you buy for €250,000 or less in Mayo
As we roll into the June Bank Holiday Weekend, we can almost taste the summer, those long bright evenings spent with friends and family, the hustle and bustle of Galway city streets, a drink sitting outside Taaffes as we watch the world go by or the luxury of a 99 from the Bon Bon while sitting on the Prom in Salthill.
Bord Bia is encouraging people to embrace their gardens and outdoor spaces this summer. For the second year in a row, the public can take part in #BloomAtHome this weekend via a series of virtual initiatives and events providing gardening advice and inspiration.
If you’ve ever considered growing edibles but don’t know where to begin, the Pizza Garden could very well be for you. I’m not suggesting you grow your own wheat, obviously, that would just be silly when you can buy a perfectly good pizza base in your local supermarket, but if you fancy trying fresh home grown produce, pizza topping produce could be the way to go.
Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Ken Glynn, is inviting individuals to consider alternative, more sustainable ways to garden and clean this springtime with the ‘Greener Gardening, Greener Cleaning and Greener Home’ hints guides.
Gardener’s Choice is the safe solution to the problem of weeding.
UCC has one of the most beautiful university campuses in Ireland. In this article, Head Gardener of UCC, Jack Murphy gives some gardening tips for the month of February.
When I’m not at the drawing board you will find me with my head stuck in a book. If it’s remotely fine and I have time, I’ll be in the garden with a book and a beverage, and surely wood burning stoves were invented for curling up beside in winter with a volume or three?
Good news this week if you’re wondering what to buy for the gardener in your life this Christmas– there are lots of lovely things available locally that would be not just useful but very welcome, and with stores opening up you can choose to visit or shop online.
No matter how lovely your garden is, you must admit that sometimes it would be really convenient if you could just add a roof. Fresh air is all very well and we need the rain for sure, but wouldn’t it be lovely if we could enjoy the garden without the rain actually falling on us while we do it?