Tag Archive: Plant

Plant of the Moment

I have a number of plants that I am in love with at the moment but the best has to be Solanum Crispum Glasnevin. Now I will be the first one to admit,… Continue reading

Walk Down A Country Lane

With the amazing weather we have had lately, I have been trying to get out and about as much as I can. Last week I went for a walk with my sister along… Continue reading

My Garden Visitor Finally Arrives

You will remember awhile back, I told you all I was waiting on a garden visitor. Well it has finally arrived with a tremendous fanfare of excitement and colour! The peony roses in my… Continue reading

A Garden Good Enough to Eat – Guest Blog Post for CountryLife.ie

Well what can I say….. it has been a busy few days for me and Beyond the Wild Garden! Not only did we have our first outing on national radio but it was… Continue reading

An Encounter with a Cowslip

Primula veris, more commonly known as  Cowslip is from the same family as primroses, Primulaceae. The plant was once commonly found in fields and along farm hedgerows but now has become a rare sight.… Continue reading

Garlic Blossom

You may have noticed my slight obsession with wild garlic this season! Well I have an other post to share even more about this great plant with you. While I was in the… Continue reading

A Visit to the Alpine House

This week I finished my thesis and decided to reward myself with a visit to the National Botanic Gardens. My first stop on this visit was to the Alpine House and Alpine Yard… Continue reading

Castle Ruins and Flowers

Last week I put up a preview for this post and was meant to write the full post the following day … as you can see I got slightly distracted with writing my… Continue reading

Waiting on a Garden Visitor

I am slowly growing impatient with my garden! I am in a mood where I do not want to wait for nature to happen at its own speed. I want it to hurry… Continue reading

April Challenge – Treetastic

Today for my post as part of my April Challenge I wanted to share this photo I took of a tree in Powerscourt Garden. I went there just before Easter and had a great… Continue reading