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Lynda Sheehan

Lynda Sheehan Scoops Businesswoman of The Year Award

Lynda Sheehan, the owner of the Rockbarton Garden Centre at Holycross, Bruff, has captured the Business Innovation accolade in the Network Limerick Businesswoman of The Year Awards 2020. Delighted with the vindications, Lynada told the Vale Star, “Getting the award was totally unexpected and all the more appreciated for that reason. I’m in awe of

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Lynda Sheehan

Jobs for the Garden in September

The kids are all back to school in this house. The silence is strange, I can finally hear myself think! At least until 3pm when they come barrelling back in the door. I love this time of year.  As things get more Autumnal, Nature begins its slow down, the angle of the sun changes the

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Lynda Sheehan

Getting Ready for Autumn

The rain over the past few days may not have been great for the staycationers and holiday-makers.  However, it has been a boon for the gardener.  My salvias and perennial lobelias look great and are literally jumping out of the ground.  Also, I love a good shower of heavy rain, there is something mesmerising and

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August Gardening Tips

The last few months people have been spending more time in their garden. New flower beds have been created and new trees & hedging planted.  New window boxes have been installed, displaying fabulous summer colour.  With all this new colour, I just though a few tips might help you to get the most out of

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A tidy, well organised back garden with seating area.
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Lynda Sheehan

What am I going to do with all that space?

Have you small children in your house and are not sure what to do with the garden? Are those goal posts in the garden taking up lots of space? Have you got all lawn and not much else in the garden.  Maybe your just not sure where to start? Over the next few weeks, I’ll

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Lynda Sheehan

What does Bareroot Hedging mean?

Bareroot Season Bare root season runs from November through to March. Bareroot hedging are plants that are dormant and sleeping, as it is too cold for them to grow. The bareroot hedging plants and trees are lifted from the nursery without any soil/pot.  They they are put into bundles of 10 or 25 depending on

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