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Fruitful Season, getting the best, apples, pears and plums.


 
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 04, 2008 4:29 pm    Post subject: Fruitful Season, getting the best, apples, pears and plums. Reply with quote

Fruitful Season, getting the best, apples, pears and plums.

On Saturday 9th February 2008 at 10.00 and 11.30 p.m. , see the range of fruits being planted in the new Fruit and Vegetable Garden at the National Botanic Gardens, opening in 2008.
Learn from the horticultural staff of the National Botanic Gardens how to plant, nurture and enjoy fruit trees.

Cost E20
Booking Essential.
Proceeds in aid of the Irish Museums


The National Botanic Gardens are located 3 Kilometres North of Dublin city centre,
By Bus: Nos.
4 (St. Vincent's Hospital, Lansdowne Road {Jury's}, O' Connell Street / Ballymun)
13 (Merrion Square, Pearse St, O'Connell St. / Poppintree)
19 (Bulfin road, Leonard's Corner, O'Connell St. / Jamestown Rd., Tolka estate)
83 (Kimmage {Sundrive road, Rathmines} / Harristown {Ballygall Road East})

By Car: From the south, or City centre: leave Dublin via the Drumcondra road (N1) and turn left at Botanic Avenue, just before crossing the river Tolka, ALTERNATIVELY, leave the city via Phibsborough, on the Finglas road (N2), turning right onto Botanic Road just after Hart's Corner, after passing over the Royal Canal. The Botanic Gardens are close to the junction of Botanic Avenue and Botanic Road.


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