Tag Archive: Plants

A Winters Walk By The Sea

While it may seem very crazy to some to be going on walks along the sea front in bleak January, I have always loved the sea and find it a brilliant place to… Continue reading

Beyond The Garden Wall – Farmleigh Sunken Garden

Not too long ago I shared a post that had got forgotten in the depths of Beyond The Wild Garden’s drafts. It was about the brilliant walled gardens at Farmleigh House in Dublin. For anyone… Continue reading

A moss covered wall

Sometimes it really is the smallest things that catch your attention while you are out on a walk or pottering around a garden. For me last week the thing that caught my eye… Continue reading

A colourful look back at 2013

Over the past few days I have been looking back over the many photos I took in 2013 and especially the ones I have used here on the blog. I decided to do… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday – Evening Delight

A look back over an exciting 2013

It is very hard to believe that it is already 2014! It feels as though it was only September a few days ago! For my first blog post of 2014 I said I would… Continue reading

Changing seasons in the garden

The seasons were changing very gradually for the past few weeks but then in the last few days they changed in a split second and now we are truly in the middle of… Continue reading

A trip to Kilkenny to talk horticulture

This week I got the opportunity to go to Kilkenny to give a talk as part of the UCD Open Day event being held down there. I love going anywhere on a train… Continue reading

A stroll through the trees at Powerscourt

My most recent trip to Powerscourt coincided perfectly with National Tree Day and gave me the perfect opportunity to just focus on the amazing range of trees that the gardens have to boast.… Continue reading

Fading Beauty

    It is coming to that time of year when my favourite flowers are starting to fade and disappear for the winter. But even though the colour is starting to fade from… Continue reading