It’s that time of year again! The summer has crept up on us and for all the gardeners, the beginning of the summer is aptly marked by Bloom, Ireland’s largest Garden Festival, now in its 8th year. Running on the June bank holiday weekend from Thursday to Monday, it’s an excellent opportunity to see what is happening in the world of horticulture on our little green Island.
It’s also a fantastic opportunity to meet other like minded folk. You might even bump into some of the Sodshow team; please do say hello if you see us, we’re a very approachable bunch!
Peter talks to Maura Clarke, horticulture student at Waterford Institute of Technology. She talks about what drives her to study horticulture and her continuous drive for knowledge and education. A pretty inspiring interview!
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On This Week’s Show:
This week Peter Donegan talks with Donall Flanagan, a lecturer in horticulture at Kildalton College. Kildalton is also where Peter studied some years ago.
From how Donall ended up teaching horticulture and student life at Kildalton college today to changing trends in gardening and the mayhem legacy Peter left behind; you’ll find it all in this weeks garden radio show.
The Sodshow is Ireland’s best podcast 2012 and only garden radio show and is brought to you by the folks over at Greensax.ie
The SodShow, Ireland’s Best Podcast 2012 and Only Garden Radio Show. Live every Friday @ 3pm – or after tea-time in podcast
On This Week’s Show:
Is gardening cool enough for children to be interested in? Does it have the pull to attract younger audiences to get involved with it? This is a subject that has been hotly debated in the celebrity garden circle, so this week Peter Donegan talks to childrens, teens and younger than himself to find out what they really think about gardening.
The Sodshow, Irelands only garden radio show and Best Podcast 2012 and is brought to you with thanks to by the very lovely Greensax.ie