What’s in your garden?

If you’re a seasoned gardener, you probably know exactly what’s in your garden, but I certainly don’t know what everything in mine is called.  And how do you figure it out? There’s literally thousands of plants.  They usually come from the garden centre with tags attached, but, by now, the writing on the tags is probably faded and the tags may even be lost.  NUI Galway botanist Marianela Zanolla has recommended some plant identification apps for you to try, and challenges you to count the number of species in your garden and contribute to a survey by filling in the number in this google form.

Download our ‘how to’ guide with listed apps: What´s in your garden?

We’ll feature wildflowers in a future post, and give you some ideas as to how you might identify these.

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  1. Super!!

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    From: Nature at Home
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    Date: Friday 3 April 2020 at 11:25
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    Louise Allcock posted: ” If you’re a seasoned gardener, you probably know exactly what’s in your garden, but I certainly don’t know what everything in mine is called. And how do you figure it out? There’s literally thousands of plants. They usually come from the gard”

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