Kildare Post Gardening Column – Getting To Work In the Garden

The garden is always a busy place this time of year and this Kildare Post article is about some of the jobs that can be done this week. An edited version of this… Continue reading

Num Num not only bakes she gardens – Hard Work is Paying Off

Time seems to be flying this summer as the lovely Rebecca is back with her fourth guest blog post for Beyond The Wild Garden. You will remember last month rebecca not only shared… Continue reading

Kildare Post Column – Getting to Grips with Houseplants

The week this article came out in the Kildare Post marked my 30th and 31st gardening columns with the newspaper. When I realised this I was a bit shocked! It has been a… Continue reading

The International Garden Centre Congress comes to Ireland

This week is a very exciting time for the Irish horticulture industry as the 56th International Garden Centre Congress came to Ireland. The five day event has seen over 200 delegates from 22… Continue reading

From Show Guides to Newspapers

It has been somewhat quiet on the blog at points over the past month due to the fact I have had my journalism hat on and have been working in the big world.… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Dahlia Delight

Wordless Wednesday – A Burst Of Sun

Kildare Post Gardening Column – Getting to work in the garden

Below is one of my gardening columns that appeared in this weeks edition of the Kildare Post. I should point out that when I wrote this article I was hopefully for a nice… Continue reading

Paul’s Patch – The Glut of Weeds and famine of water… Just a typical summer

This is Paul’s third guest blog post for Beyond The Wild Garden and this time Paul is updating us on what has been happening in his vegetable patch during July. Make sure to check… Continue reading

Carlow Garden Festival – Gardens, Plants and Meeting Idols

Last weekend was one that was full of garden visits, great plants and meeting some of my gardening idols. All of this came thanks to the Carlow Garden Festival. The ten day festival sees… Continue reading