- when: Tomorrow, Saturday March 23rd
- time: the day runs 11am – 4pm. I’m up at 2pm
- what: National Potato Day at Sonairte Ecology Centre
But you’re a landscape fellow ?
This is true and though I studied horticulture for 4 years specialising in landscaping, garden design and plants; part of my studies included field grown crops, one of which was potatoes. That and the fact that I have been gardening since I was 6 and growing my own spuds, before grow your own was grow your own…. if you get me.
Anyhow’s, assuming you are not a spud farmer, I’ll be chatting and demonstrating how to grow spuds in small spaces and domestic gardens. From the smallest amount of just one seed in one pot and upwards. From balcony gardens to the larger. That and well anything else you might want to know.
Also there on the day:
Ireland’s Largest Potato Collection; David Langford of Co Mayo and Dermot Carey who was the Head Gardener at Lissadell House will be there. The Sunflower Cafe will serve both usual and unusual potato dishes; also there will be Countrycrest, Meade Potatoes & Bord Bia along with over 15 varieties of potato to buy, from the most modern to some of the oldest, Admission Adults €5, children free, members free. More details from firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 041-9827572, www.sonairte.ie
Below is a pic of me with Trevor Sargent who asked me to do the gig tomorrow, taken at Sonairte.