Peter Donnegan (Donegan) in front of the garden plan that will be erected at the foot of the castle. We guess the location of the 4 towers and the bridge.
As reported in the French newspaper, Courrier Picard,
- You can read the full article in French here: Courrier Picard, Peter Donegan
For you, like me who has not the greatest abilities to translate, below a not perfect but enough to understand what was reported.
A Garden of peace at the foot of the Historial de Péronne, at the beginning.
The moats of the castle of Péronne will soon welcome a garden of peace on the theme of Ireland.
By The Picard Courier | Posted on 09/07/2018 Read more
Launching October 2018, this summer will commence the build of the Jardins de la Paix (Gardens of Peace), a series of perennial gardens on the theme of peace in the Hauts-de-France region that will pay tribute to the countless deaths on French soil between 1914 and 1918, and bear witness to the number and diversity of the countries involved in this conflict.
One of the gardens will be created at the Chateau de Perrone, Historial de la Grande Guerre in the Somme region of Northern France and will be created in the moat of the castle and its build realised by Dublin based garden designer Peter Donegan.
Peter Donegan, selected by the French jury to represent Ireland is one of just 14 international garden designers chosen to create one of the 9 gardens.
Below, a short video of where the garden will be created.
The following are a series of garden advice tips that I popped out on twitter last weekend.
It seems that they proved quite popular for the short stop/ time short and not owners of a million acres of land out there and it was suggested that I pop them a little more formally here.
As you will gather there is no particular order to them, there are 20 in total and none should take you more than a few minutes leading to about an hour.
Happy gardening and enjoy,
This summer 2017, the Age Action Ireland and Bank of Ireland Back Yard Blitz took place.
According to Age Action:
The gardening bonanza matches up bank employees with local older people who need a bit of help keeping their gardens maintained.
And over 2 days note BITC
Over 300 Bank of Ireland colleagues, Age Action teams and gardening experts mobilised in Dublin, Cork and Galway to mow the lawns, trim the hedges and generally brighten up the gardens, and the lives, of hundreds of older people.
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