Urban Garden brightens up Smithfield

The previous article may explain why I got involved in urban garden [click here for previous article] … but I think you’ll find Mary Wier of [and] Dublin City Council organised a day that held in store a lot more than just a good looking horticulturist […that’d be me by the way]. The day really did make a difference.

We do need to make an effort to green up ‘our’ spaces.

I hope you enjoyed it and more importantly I hope ‘you’ took something home with you from the day [apart from a big smile] that will help you green up ‘your’ space.

5 replies
  1. Debbie
    Debbie says:

    Ah, I really wish I hadn’t missed this – I’m very interested in the greening of urban spaces and was involved in something silmilar in the States. (http://www.dehort.org )
    Well done, and I’ll keep my eyes open in future.

  2. Peter Donegan MI Hort
    Peter Donegan MI Hort says:

    A Chara Debbie,

    many thanks or stopping by… love the dehort gig – great to finally meet [?] someone else involved!!

    go raibh míle maith agat
    slán
    peter

  3. Debbie
    Debbie says:

    Thanks, and yes it’s a fantastic organisation that has made a huge impact in its area.

    Do give me a shout or twitter loud and clear if anything like this comes up again.

    Cheers,

    Debbie

  4. Peter Donegan MI Hort
    Peter Donegan MI Hort says:

    A Chara Debbie

    will do! they should nearly have a full time ‘organisation’ to work on this in dublin city centre – yesterday was brilliant!

    i say bring back the ‘lovely garden competition’ and the tidy towns etc… Dublin really needs something like dehort.

    slán go foill
    peter

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