Tag Archive: Ireland

Dealing with the aftermath

My recent Kildare Post column, which you can find below, dealt with dealing with the aftermath of Storm Rachel. While my own garden escaped with minimal damage from the high winds the rest… Continue reading

The Social Garden – Top Garden Tweeters

Because I am spending so much time on a bus now, going to and from work or college, the majority of my garden related interactions are happening online over social media. If you… Continue reading

A look back at 2014

Given that the  blog has been a bit rather quiet since all the Christmas festivities it is time to come back with a bang. And what better than a look back at some of… Continue reading

A Garden Escapee

With the past week being so damp and over-cast and you’d be surprised to find any shred of brightness in the garden. Luckily you would be wrong and there are a few delights… Continue reading

About Your Garden Grand Opening

When you think about Kilcock you do not often think of it as a Mecca for gardening talks and event.  And this is something that annoys me because as a fully fledged plant… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Dew soaked apple

A harvest of purple

The weekend just gone was a rather productive one if I do say so myself! Saturday was spent getting all those jobs done that I have not had the time to do and… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Bus Surprise

Kildare Post Gardening Column – The Vegetable Garden Defensive

It has reached that time of year when you should be able to start harvesting all the fantastic crops that you have loving cared for over the past few months. But they are… Continue reading

Approaching Autumn in the Garden

There is a definite shift in the seasons in the last couple of weeks. The garden is showing clear signs of entering into autumn. For me this is a brilliant time in the… Continue reading