We are now connected to a watering system curtesy of the owners of Broadstone Hall and Ray Kenny’s intervention… Thanks to all and couldn’t be better timing.The garden is looking better already for it.
This claw was dug up in the garden on Sunday. It looks too big to be from a dog and appears to be very old. Any theories on its identity?
There are some cabbage plants,artichoke and bronze fennel and some sweet pea being planted on Sunday 20th around noon in the remaining beds.......please feel free to help.
last saturday chives and onion sets have been planted, beans sowed.
lilies have been planted at the railing.
as off today we have about 15 different types of vegetables, 40 people on our mailing list, we joined the ‘dublin community growers’ and ‘the community garden network’ [for more information email firstname.lastname@example.org] and are participating in the ‘spuds project’.
There will be a community garden open day, this coming Saturday, at Serenity Community Garden in Phibsborough.
At 11am the Community Garden Network, an all Island group of gardeners, will visit the community garden prior to attending a meeting in Smithfield. The gardeners at Serenity have taken this opportunity to showcase the garden to whoever wants to come along. Refreshments, including pancakes and herbal tea, will be served, along with community gardening advice and information [by robert moss]
if you are around this saturday, may 19th at 12 noon, bring a spade to help complete the bark paths around the perimeter of the garden
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