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The SodShow meets Dermot Carey

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 Dermot Carey, a sustainable & organic vegetable food producer. Formerly the Lissadell House Head Gardener Dermot is also a heritage potato collector & now walled garden expert with Donal Doherty of Harrys Restaurant.

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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: