Tag Archive: Ireland

Wordless Wednesday – A Hidden Path

Beyond The Messy Kitchen – Cheddar Cheese and Thyme Biscuits

I always seem to have a glut of thyme in the garden and am always looking different ways to use it up. I love using it in soup and to add a bit… Continue reading

Paul’s Patch – A vegetable garden update

This is Paul’s second guest blog post for Beyond The Wild Garden and this time Paul is updating us on what has been happening in his vegetable patch since we last heard from… Continue reading

Wild Flower Lawns

You may remember a few weeks ago I posted an article from Bloom about a talk given by Gerry Daly. The talk was all about making gardening easier and how to make your… Continue reading

A ROSE-mantic Treat

Well by now I think everyone knows how much of an utter fan I am of roses. I love them growing in my garden and I love them as cut flowers in the… Continue reading

First Salad Harvest of the Summer

It is officially summer now that I have harvested my first salad from the vegetable garden. This year I have planted some fun salad items but unfortunately the multicoloured beetroot and things like… Continue reading

Happy National Strawberry Week

Love strawberries? Well you are going to love National Strawberry Week then! An entire week to celebrate these fantastic red jewels! Unfortunately for me my own fruit are not ripe yet so I… Continue reading

Final plant highlight from Bloom 2014

Well Bloom 2014 has not disappointed when it comes to great plants to see! Dahlias are always a big highlight for me and I really like this big bouncy pink flowering one called… Continue reading

A postcard snap of Irish Gardens at Bloom

The postcard gardens at Bloom are a relatively new addition to the festival. In their second year now they offer amateur gardeners and gardening groups in Ireland an opportunity to showcase their skills… Continue reading

The Loy – An Early Irish Spade

Each year at Bloom you will find something new and someone new and interesting who has a great story to share. Today it was the people at The Loy Association of Ireland that… Continue reading