On This Episode of the Garden Podcast:
On this weeks garden podcast Peter Donegan chats with Annabel Langrish, Heron Gallery (and Garden), Cork.
This episode is released the day before The Sodshow goes into the mix for The Garden Media Guild Awards (UK) at The Savoy Hotel in London. And so we chat a little about that, life, you and I guess what matters a little more.
The Sodshow Garden Podcast airs every Friday and is available in iTunes, all good podcast stores and www.sodshow.com
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— The SodShow (@sodshow) November 29, 2016
Back to todays guest; Located in Ahakista on the Sheepshead peninsula in West Cork, the now 4 acre garden is a now 11 year creation that has evolved over the seasons. Sculptures, fairy paths, bare foot path, butterflies and what I can only describe as a very “magic place”. It is as Annabel describes it a part of her life and lifestyle. It is different; and almost everything is grown from seed and though not designed in the way in which one might expect, it also serves to put edible flowers, veg, fruit,salad and herbs on the kitchen table – which I would also very highly recommend as a by the way.
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From her life in Barbados to moving to Leitrim and how that actually happened and from a life where there were servants and one never had to do anything to a smallholding and growing your own. This again not intentionally, is just another garden podcast and radio show, that is just that little bit special and I hope you like it.
My thanks to Bev and Miriam at West Cork Garden Trail for making this possible and for taking me there.