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Big Spring Garden Update Tour

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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.

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Spring Plant Sale 2021

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–IMPORTANT NOTICE – PLEASE READ– All plants are perennial and come in 2 liter pots. Pictures of plants and video below. Our flat-rate postage of €5.90 applies and please note we only post plants to Ireland. We also post to northern Ireland at an additional cost of €8. Please add this below. Please note that […]

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Starting Seeds using Soil Blocks & Trays

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It’s that time of the year again. Lets start seeds! In this video we’ll demonstrate starting seeds using soil blocks and conventional plastic trays. Both methods have their ups and down. Mainly the soil blocks air-prune the roots resulting in a higher quality seedling that will take off quicker. Using plastic trays requires less preparation […]

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3 Things to DO in the Garden in Late Winter

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Hi All, it’s been a while. In this video I’m talking about what we’re doing in late Winter in the garden. For us it’s time to do what little maintenance our no dig gardens require and replenish fertility. Having readied existing grow spaces both annual and perennial, we will move onto starting plants from seed […]

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The little Bumble Bee Garden

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Here’s a quick video on our little Bumble Bee Garden. It came into being by complete coincidence, or rather by opportunity. After we created our Pizza Garden we were left with a blank spot which is where the pile of compost was resting for a couple of months. We simply loosened up what compost was […]

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How to Store Tubers & Root Vegetables

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In this video we’re going to discuss how to store edible tubers and root vegetables such as Oca, Potatoes, Mashua, Carrots, Artichokes, Apios, Yacons and even Dahlia. Unlike the potato, most of the ancient edible tubers will keep growing all year producing tubers until the first hard frost knocks back the leaves. Some of them […]

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Marshmallow Harvest

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Did you know where marshmallow sweets originally came from? They were traditionally made from the roots of the marshmallow plant since the time of the Egyptians whom reserved them as a food for gods and royalty. In this video we’re going to harvest a 1.5 year old plant just at the end of it’s second […]