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How to reduce slug impact naturally

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Are slugs the bane of your existence? Here are 9 tips to reduce slug impact on your garden naturally. Do not purchase poison aka slug pellets and spread them around your garden. Don’t leave decaying plant matter lying around, remove it entirely and throw in compost pile away from your growing space. When growing plants […]

Mini Projects

Creating New Space in the Garden

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In this video we’re showing how we turned a patch of waste ground into a useful and beautiful new space. We spent the last weeks wearing down the mountain of rocks covered in soil, grasses and nettles. It was hard work, especially as we’re not use to digging in our no-dig gardens for years now. […]

Videos

Seed Saving – Poppies

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Late summer is best time for saving most perennial flower seeds as they will have gone dry and ready to harvest, yet fresh and best for storage. We made another video on seed saving, this time it’s poppies. Last year it was Marigolds also known as Calendula. We want to emphasize that seed saving is […]

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Workshop – Plant Nursery and Propagation

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A week ago we ran our first in-official plant nursery and propagation workshop. As promised here is a video review and the results. Volunteers learnt the basics on starting plants from seed, potting them and how to root cuttings to turn them into plants. The aim is to enable those interested to grow their own […]

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Workshop – No Dig Lasagne Gardening

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We ran a no dig lasagne gardening workshop for PJ and Co in Ferbane Co. Offaly, Ireland. It was only a small patch for demonstrational purpose, left open to expand to the whole front garden. We got lucky, just when the rain started, the second half the day we looked at pictures, presentations and videos […]

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NO DIG Garden Summer Tour – 1 Year AFTER Mulching

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Here is a video tour of our front garden 1 year after putting down mulch. We’re only midway in the second growing season after mulching and what a transformation it has been. We’ve done almost no maintenance to keep the garden in good shape, productive and beautiful. The mulch is increasing fertility and biodiversity steadily […]