We had a group of horticultural students over for a half day in the garden. After the tour we gave practical examples of both no dig and lasagne gardening. We hope participants are going home with some new skills and extra encouragement to continue improving their own gardens. This video is a little tribute of […]
Next No Dig Workshop is coming soon. More details and previous attendee reviews below. Price includes 4 potted plants of your choice to the value of €32 (per person). AVAILABLE DATES: Next event coming soon Next event coming soon Watch Videos Below In this workshop you will learn a full range of aspects of starting and […]
We finished our No Dig garden along a south west facing stone wall built in the early 18th century. We smothered the existing vegetation and layered on a generous 25-30cm of compost before making our paths by simply stepping them down and covering them with a thin layer of woodchips. We added some seaweed dust […]
We’ve been adding onto our gardens in the last few months and we wanted to give you a Big Spring Garden Update Tour as tubers and seedlings are starting to grow in our newly established garden beds. Please leave comments and questions on our social media! Don’t forget the Spring Plant Sale is still on.
Thanks to everybody who came to the workshop about plants last Saturday. Congrats to all winners of the raffle and may the plants won forever benefit their new owners! For those who couldn’t attend in person we will be posting up the presentation as a PDF file on our new members page in the coming […]
Our first gardening workshop was fully booked out and it was a great success. We got to share how a garden can improve your quality of life, low maintenance yet highly productive gardening techniques mimicking natural systems and also we got to talk a bit about our own story. A special thanks to everybody attending […]
We are having a free workshop about the basics on productive and near zero maintenance gardening on Saturday in Roscommon, Ireland. Email to reserve, limited spots! Topics include: Benefits of a garden, techniques and plants. More advanced workshops to come. Please share this post! Thanks