Tag: plants

Pots of Planting – More of the Gardening Course

What with Easter, the play and the trials of rural broadband, we haven’t been able to post reports about our ongoing Gardening Course as it happened, so here are three weeks of gardening notes in one post. Put the kettle on, make tea and settle down for a read. Before you start Planting medium: If you …

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Gardening Course: Week 2

This week started off with some shameless boasting about the size and growth of our mustard plants. Everyone has germination and tiny (and not so tiny) shoots are being watched and cherished like the most precious of infants. Richard tells us we can’t harvest them until each shoot has three or four leaves but we …

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365 Week 16 – Biodiversity

This week is all about the biodiversity (“bout the biodiversity, no pollution” as Meghan Trainor didn’t sing) and we’ve had some lovely pictures in to the 365 project. We’ve put them all up in a separate page, but here is a small selection and a conundrum: how are we going to pick just one for each day …

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What are YOU doing for Biodiversity Week?

Biodiversity Week runs from Saturday 14th May to Sunday 22nd May*. If you’re not sure, Lisacul’s Tidy Towns group will be delighted to help you with ideas.  To start you off here are some of the things planned so far: Fóróige will be building bug hotels using found material so that pollinators and other beneficial insects …

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Biodiversity Action

Lisacul’s Tidy Town group is putting together a biodiversity plan for the village and is looking for information from our community and voluntary groups about what each one contributes to the natural environment in Lisacul. Specifically, Tidy Towns needs a description of your group, when it was set up, what the membership is, and how you …

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