Notes on Easter Colour
By The GardenMarch 31, 2023
The city is putting on a show this week, with the first of the trees coming into bud, blousy magnolias...
Notes on Floriography this Mother's Day
By The GardenMarch 13, 2023
This Mother’s Day we’re taking a closer look at two of our favourite floral arrangements in our Mother’s Day Collection...
Notes on Winter Houseplant Care
By The GardenJanuary 31, 2023
Winter's low light conditions and cold temperatures can wreak havoc on our plants, both indoor and outdoor. However, while outside you...
Notes on A History of Wreaths
By The GardenNovember 17, 2022
In Greco-Roman society, a wreath was used to bestow status and victory. A simple ring of laurel would be placed...
Notes on Autumn
By The GardenOctober 27, 2022
This year, the Autumnal wreaths at The Garden have been designed with Irish grown eucalyptus, birch, bracken and flowering heather. The colours...
Notes on Christmas Wreaths
By The GardenNovember 20, 2021
Notes on 'A Break in the Path'
By The GardenSeptember 09, 2021
This September, in recognition of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, we are launching a limited-edition tote bag in collaboration with embroidery artist, Domino Whisker.
Notes on Welcoming You Back
By The GardenMay 12, 2021
If there’s anything the past few months have taught us, it’s the healing power of flowers and plants and the...
Notes on Houseplants
By The GardenApril 25, 2021
Notes On Easter
By The GardenMarch 25, 2021
For the gardeners amongst us, Easter means the arrival of the budding hyacinths, blooming magnolia trees and cheerful daffodils that enliven our parks, street corners, window boxes and flower beds.
Notes on Mother's Day
By The GardenFebruary 23, 2021