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Ballyboughal, Fingal North Co Dublin. Est Feb '08

How does your Garden grow?

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Half cut grassAs anyone can see who looks out the window the weather is starting to pick up which means its time for the great out doors. Well maybe not great out doors but its time to get stuck into that garden. You know that one thats been on your list of things to do but couldn’t be arsed because its cold out list.

With the weekend that was in it I decided to tackle mine. Now in fairness there wasn’t a lot to actually do. I was just a case of point and steer really, I’m no expert when it comes to gardening but I know someone who is (mind you the folks are also gifted armatures). When its sound advice I need Peter has the answers. He tells you how it is and how it could be.

I like getting my hands dirty, it gets me outside. If there isn’t a car that needs fixin or a wall that needs shiftin then an hour or two spent weeding a flower bed is as good a tonic.

If you are completely fed up looking at the same old garden and living with that same burnt promise of doing something about it then I suggest you call in the experts Donegan Landscaping, these guys are brilliant and I mean that, but dont take my word for it, speak to them yourself or browse their online gallery to get some food for thought.

4 Comments

  1. A Chara Aido,

    go raibh míle maith agat. pictúir agus lomaire go hana dheas i mo thuraim!

    sárintleachtach!

    slán go foill
    peter

  2. Now I know where to send the kids with their Irish homework 🙂

  3. Tírdhreachadh Pheadair Uí Dhonnagáin Teoranta [agus seirbhís na feighlí páistí]…. mo thóin!

  4. @ Peter Donegan – couldnt agree more, as the kids say Cád on scéal Capil?

    FYI I can make more sense of

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