Moody's Blog and Website
Doreen has appeared for many years on Irish
radio and television as a gardening expert,
winning fans with her no-nonsense practical
advice. This website expolores
the garden of Wheatfield House and offers great
tips and suggestions for any garden lover.
Walk Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland offers a wide range of walks all packed into a relatively small area. This website brings them all together in one really useful website.
Breathing Places is a
really exciting BBC project that is running
for the next three years. It is not about money
and it’s not about votes. It’s about
out how to get involved
a fab community site with lots of information
that would be an inspiration to other groups.
The Woodland Trust
Trust is the UK's leading conservation charity
dedicated to the protection of our native woodland
Adrian Walsh - Planned Unplanned
Gardener of the Year 2001, Adrian Walsh has
produced his own website with hints and tips,
plant profiles and of
course the thrills and work that went in to
the winning Gardener of the year!
a plant for each month, gardening advice and
projects plus, book reviews and recipes.
The National Trust
Trust properties across Northern Ireland play
host to a variety of events throughout the year.
Find out when they are on. If you want to hold
a wedding, conference or party, then some of
the National Trust properties could be for you.
Plus find out about the Trust, holiday accommodation
and things to do.
BBC Gardening Online
tips and treats sprout from every page of the
BBCs massive guide which helps out on
everything from lunar gardening to lawn care.
Alan Titchmarsh and the Ground Force team tackle
topics such as garden design and pest control.
Volunteers Northern Ireland
Volunteers Northern Ireland is the largest organisation
in the province offering practical conservation
volunteering opportunities. Their site gives
you details on how you can look after your environment,
as well as giving you practical information
on growing trees. You can find out what trees
are native to Northern Ireland and take part
in planting a tree for the millennium.
pot-pourri of green-fingered techniques, covering
flowers, vegetables and herbs. There are ideas
for planting and weeding, and handy hints on
combating common pests. The scrapbook features
a diverse selection of gardens, with photos
submitted by users.
offers forums, directories, a glossary of botanical
terms, articles, and a plant and seed exchange.
This is an excellent site for gardening enthusiasts
to share information, talk to other gardeners
or find out about new developments.
A Better Homes and Gardens Guide
magazine site, with informative features on
all aspects of gardening. In addition to hints
and tips for growing your houseplants, flowers,
trees and vegetables, there are useful pictures
and commentaries on garden landscaping techniques:
learn how to use a path or a simple gate to
improve the mood of your garden.
Herbs is a small, family business in Northern
Ireland, specialising in herbs and unusual vegetables.
You can check out their plant catalogue online,
or find out how to sign up for one of their
regular workshops or visits.
In Bloom aims to make Carrickfergus a more pleasant
place in which to work, live and visit. This
website is a great start.
Society was established in 1955 to encourage
amateur gardeners to improve and extend the
cultivation of all horticultural subjects. This
is achieved by holding meetings, exhibitions,
lectures and other events throughout the year.
the sites listed are checked regularly. However,
the constantly-changing nature of the Internet
means some sites may alter after we have visited
them. The BBC is not responsible for the content
of external Web sites.