Well done and thank you to Linda Murphy for her most detailed presentation on the fundamentals of garden design. Over 50 members attended Linda’s Zoom talk and Q&A session last night.
The winners of the raffle are Mary Harkin and Eoin Reilly who will both receive a copy of Dan Rouse’s book How To Attract Birds to Your Garden. The winners of the plant raffle are Ronan Markey, Niall and Ann Coulter and Sile Chuinneagain. Prizes are winging their way to you now.
‘Where to start…an approach to designing a garden”.
Linda Murphy will be speaking on how to go about designing a garden on Wednesday 11th November at 8pm. Linda has a particular interest in landscape architecture and has been working in the Teagasc College of Horticulture as a lecturer for 20 years.
Interactive Q&A and virtual raffle after the talk. Everyone welcome.
Zoom link will be sent by email in advance to members.
Dear members and friends,
As I write, the country goes into further restrictions, and we are looking at an Autumn and Winter, where we will have to rely on online resources and keep ourselves amused at home, and in our gardens.
During the last lockdown, many of our members undertook projects in their garden, both large and small, and they have been kind enough to send some details in to us for our enjoyment in the October Ezine. Thanks to Robert Cullen who organised this. It’s not too late to send your contributions in – we will spread them over a few editions.
We have also compiled a list of online resources to pass those dark evenings, and if you know of any more, please do let us know and we will list them here.
We would love to hear from you and to see what is happening in your gardens email@example.com
Stay safe and enjoy the ezine,
Thanks to Prof. Jane Stout of Trinity College who delivered a most educational and interactive Zoom talk last night. Despite our initial technical challenges along with power cuts in parts of Howth we soon got going and 45 people attended the inaugural talk. It was a great success and we hope to have more like it for the season we are currently in.
We will hold our October lecture, according to schedule, at 8pm on Wednesday October 7th.
You can attend this talk from the comfort of your own home. The Zoom meeting invite link has now been sent by email to all. You can use any device with internet access to attend a Zoom meeting. You will need to download the free Zoom app in advance. Then just click on the Join Zoom link in your email.
October’s talk is by Professor Jane Stout, Fellow of Trinity College and is titled: ‘Bugs and Bees – the whys and hows of encouraging biodiversity in the garden’. You can submit questions in advance to this email, or during the talk in the meeting chat, and we hope to hold a live Q&A at the end of the talk. We will hold a draw among attendees for some lovely plant prizes.
Please do join us on Wednesday evening, if you have a query about joining a Zoom meeting, we are here to help, just contact us before Wednesday, and we will try to help you out.