Members have recently received the May 2018 issue of the RHSI Journal, 76 pages of articles and advice on many aspects of gardening and caring for wildlife including "Dahlias and dill, rocket and roses" by Marion Keogh, "The myth and magic of wildflower meadows" by Verney Naylor and "A history of edible flowers" by Orlaith Murphy.
VISIT A GARDEN - The Hester Forde garden at Coosheen on the estuary of Cork Harbour brings to 40 the Partner Gardens that RHSI members can now visit free or at reduced cost.
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Gardening is a hobby that spans generations. From schoolchild to grandparent, love of growing is a common link. The RHSI has been promoting the knowledge, skill and practice of horticulture, arboriculture and floral art in Ireland for more than 200 years.
Free days out at Partner Gardens, priority booking and discounted tickets to events, great Journal, and free gardening advice.
Visit the RHSI walled garden and meet the volunteers 10.30 - 15.30 on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The garden is open 2 - 5 pm on Sundays during May, and every afternoon during June, July and August. Better still, come along and work as a volunteer with fellow gardening enthusiasts.
The RHSI holds regular events of interest to gardeners, both active and aspiriational. Keep up to date by subscribing to our email newsletter.