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The SodShow meets BirdWatch Ireland

The Sodshow Garden Podcast – every Friday – in iTunes, www.sodshow.com all good podcast stores.

Dublin’s Only Garden Radio Show. The SodShow – with Peter Donegan & Brian Greene – Every Friday 3pm.

On This Weeks Garden Radio:

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I chat with Jamie Durrant of BirdWatch Ireland, Irelands largest independent conservation organisation. Established in 1968, they currently have over 14,000 member supporters and over 20 branches nationwide. Whilst the primary objective of BirdWatch Ireland is the protection of wild birds and their habitats…. today I take a gardeners look at some of Ireland smaller aeronauts. All this and so, so much more…. Feedback, Q’s, say ‘ello ? Use twitter and the hashtag #SodShow ;)

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The #SodShow meets Garraí Glas. Ireland’s Garden Radio Show

The Sodshow Garden Podcast – every Friday – in iTunes, www.sodshow.com all good podcast stores.

The #SodShow meets Garraí Glas. Ireland’s Garden Radio Show (mp3)

The SodShow – with Peter Donegan & Brian Greene – Every Friday 3pm – Live

Listen to The SodShow Live @ 3pm:

  • Tune in: 103.2fm on your radio dial if you are in the Dublin area
  • Listen live online: every Friday 3pm via TuneIn.com – on your phone or desktop

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On The Show This Week:

Sile Nic Chonaonaigh Sile Nic Chonaonaigh

This week our guest is Síle Nic Chonaonaigh, host of Irelands feel-good gardening television programme Garraí Glas on TG4. Garraí Glas, returns to our screens Tuesday 13th March 2012 at 8pm on TG4

Síle meets different growers from around the country who garden organically and gives us an opportunity to learn about growing without chemicals. She travels from Galway to Dublin, West Cork to Donegal and home again – and along the way we meet many of the characters who make this country so special.

Garraí Glas is must see TV, encouraging and inspiring. It will help you on the journey to growing your own which will give you enormous joy and satisfaction. And this is the perfect time of year to start planning.

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The SodShow, Ireland’s Garden Radio Show with landscape gardener Peter Donegan and armchair gardener Brian Greene airs on Dublin City FM Friday’s at 3PM.

The Sodshow is podcasted, blogged, streamed and live tweeted to the world via its internet site: http://blog.DoneganLandscaping.com/category/podcast

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The Sodcast – Episode 26

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The Sodshow Garden Podcast – every Friday – in iTunes, www.sodshow.com all good podcast stores.


Listen to The Sodcast in MP3 – or subscribe/ listen to the podcast in iTunes. Alternatively, subscribe to the blog and listen to them right here. Missed Episode 25 of the garden podcast ?

First Up:

The above image from Bernie Goldbach listening to the garden podcast via his telephone 😉

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Find out more about Kevin [left], Donal [right] & the Harrys restaurant garden project via

Harrys Restaurant is located at Bridgend, Inishowen. That’s in County Donegal for those that wouldn’t be too up on their Irish Geography – and it’s open daily From 12pm til late. I recommend daylight hours if you are going for a look at the garden 😉 further info at www.harrys.ie

Why Harrys ? I asked on twitter for anyone who had plants of any amount as part or even outside their restaurant and John Ward of  navigatour.ie responded to me. I’d have done the same for someone with a few planters being very honest.

Images For The Podcast:

The above images are Philips garden 2 weeks ago and the Sunday just gone.

This Weeks Oddities:

courtesy of Rosanne from The IIA – wearable planters

Bernie Goldbach reminds me about – making a living as a garden designer

Spains largest vertical garden cleans the air inside the office building – thanks to Angel Luis

Remember The St Brigids Cross saga ? In short, there were no reeds available to make them with. Mary never got any – but came up with an alternate.

And Finally:

The Sodcast Guests – Pat Fitzgerald

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The Sodshow Garden Podcast – every Friday – in iTunes, www.sodshow.com all good podcast stores.


Listen to this Sodcast episode in MP3 – or – you can subscribe or/ and listen to the podcast via iTunes. Alternatively you can subscribe to the blog and listen to them right here. Missed Episode 10 of the garden podcast ?

Introducing Pat Fitzgerald

I’ve known the nursery man that is Pat Fitzgerald for sometime now and I’ve worked with him on many projects.

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To be honest, work aside, we get on well. You might even say I admire what he has achieved and from where it started. More than that, he’s a gentleman, a good friend and for podcast reasons, like myself, he’s a gardener by trade and hobby.

Last bank holiday weekend 2009 I spent in Kilkenny and some of that time in Pats company. I did this video in his the myplant nursery.

I also interviewed Pat in June 2010 when he brought 12 new plants to the Irish market. That is some achievement.

Pat had previously worked with me one of my show gardens in Smithfield.

Pat is the third guest for the sodcast, the garden podcast.

Pat will be a regular contributor on the Podcast and you can tune in this Thursday to hear my first conversation with him. Details of how to are at the top of this weblog post. You can also visit the sodcast – podcast page on iTunes

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You can of course contact me on:

Peter Donegan Gardening Podcast #2

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The Sodshow Garden Podcast – every Friday – in iTunes, www.sodshow.com all good podcast stores.

Get the Garden Podcast in MP3 or – As always you can rss the podcasts via iTunes or you subscribe to the blog and listen to them right here. Missed last weeks garden podcast?

As per the podcast – here are the links:

Did I miss out on something….. ? Anything else you can email me on info[at]doneganlandscaping[dot]com or gimee a job call me on 087-6594688 😆

happy gardening…

Thanks to Charlie and Dena for this The birdhouse ukelele 😉

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And for the record I really did run out of pink paint – somehow or other I never thought that’d be possible 😉

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