New organic fruit and vegetable garden at Botanic Gardens
A new organic fruit and vegetable garden at the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin, has been opened to the public
Situated in an area called the enclosed garden, never before open to the public, this new garden represents the largest horticultural addition to Glasnevin for more than a century. The new garden has been created to display a comprehensive selection of fruit and vegetables that can be grown for food in Ireland, including both common and unusual varieties, including some rare Irish varieties. More than two hundred different varieties of fruit, vegetables and herbs are already cultivated in the garden. The aim of the garden is to provide guidance and inspiration for home gardeners on food that they may grow in their own gardens.
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