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If you're in Kilkenny on Saturday 13th June or interested in picking up some plants or local crafts for your garden, you might like to head over to Rothe House & Garden where I'll be chatting about growing vegetables in containers at 11.30am and Fionn O Nuallain, the Holistic Gardener, will be talking at 2pm. Garden entry free, €5pp admittance to the talks. Lots of family entertainment too and the gardens really are worth looking at!
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Social enterprise is driven by social and environmental purposes. Any profit that is made is reinvested towards achieving those purposes. Here's 10 examples in horticulture.
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The circular Miners Way and the Historical Trail combined take in over 118 km of trails, ascending to 1300 metres in places, offering a range of walks to suit all levels. Some of the places and trails within it are mentioned here.
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October is Reuse Month - What Will You Re-imagine?
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Soil is the mother of all things. Please honour and protect her by signing the People 4 Soil petition. Give soil a voice.
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The Harlequin Ladybird has swept across North America, Canada, the UK and Europe. Now it's on Ireland's shores. Here's how to identify it and report it.
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Grow your own broad beans, a great bean for beginners, children, busy people and you can make humas too!
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Botanical Latin is the universal language for plants yet learning the language can fill some students with dread. Here's some tips to help the memory.
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A knitting pattern for a Zwartbles sheep egg cozy
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In 2008 I enrolled as a mature student in adult education to study horticulture, this week I'm returning part time to continue the journey. Here's why.
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