Dare to re-wild

Drastic declines in pollinator populations are raising alarm bells across the globe. But Ireland’s 1.3 million gardeners could help to reverse these trends by making a few simple changes

3rd March, 2019
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Springtime is when gardeners everywhere look to new plans and new beginnings, but some well-known gardeners and garden designers are now looking at a far more fundamental rethink in how they approach their open spaces.

They worry that nature is being pushed to the edge, with dramatic implications for all of us. But gardeners have the power to help nature recover by giving it a place front and centre.

Recent reports of declines in our...

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