With so many handy tools and gadgets to help in the garden we thought we would give you our top 5 on our wish list of garden gadgets
These seem to be all the rage right now and with good reason, yes, it really does do all
the hard work for you, with some making their own way back to the docking station once
they’ve done their job or have run out of batteries.
You don’t need a neat rectangular plot to use one – with many of today’s robotic mowers
able to cope with oddly shaped gardens, slopes and obstacles such as flower beds and
trampolines. Other good Read More
After last weeks, RHS Chelsea bonanza we are now heading to Bloom at the Phoenix Park our very own garden and food festival. It is always a great show and I will be giving my observations and writing about the gardens over the week.
Weather will be on everyone’s minds over the weekend, according to RTÉ Weather presenter, Gerry Murphy, ‘I’m really looking forward to Bloom 2018. It will live up to its name with bright sunshine in store for most of the festival and perhaps a few showers at times. Temperatures will be around 20 degrees. So, be prepared for Read More
Huge Congratulation to Chris Beardshaw who has won the Best in Show for his Morgan Stanley Garden for the NSPCC, he wasn’t the bookies favourite but his proven track record and many years of experience of both Chelsea and Show Gardens has paid off and as I mentioned in my previous blog post his is garden that you could see yourself sat in, one that can be transferred to lots of gardens around the country, to me that is important. Its all well and good having the run of your creativity and producing gardens based on faraway places but and there does need to be a bit of that, Read More