Limerick Garden Festival to host Autumn Gardening Webinar Series

  • Webinar - LImerick Garden Festival 2021

Limerick Garden Festival is reloading its series of Gardening Webinars this autumn to educate and entertain gardeners as the main season comes to an end and harvest time is upon us. Following its previous webinars last fall which are still available to view, the organisers offered a fun and full of information panel webinar marking the date of the festival in June and are now going to return to webinars at the end of August.

“Bringing some of the beauty of the garden inside whilst listening to our webinars will be at the centre of our Garden Webinar series this autumn. People can register by emailing us on to receive all the details and some documentation thereafter. We are looking forward to a great series of talks with our expert speakers and experienced host.” Said David Fitzgerald of Limerick Milk Market.

The hugely popular Jim McNamara, organic gardening guru and founder of the Organic College will be featuring strongly this autumn again with new themes and stories in two webinar sessions; The Autumn Garden Bounty on Thursday 23rd September and Gardening for All Ages on Thursday 21st October.

The series will also feature two exciting and experienced gardeners; Kloe Wood from Two Green Shoots will present Bringing the Outdoors In on Thursday 26th August at 8pm. Adam Carveth will host Sustainable Gardening in a Changing World on Thursday 25th November.

The series is hosted again by festival manager Carmen Cronin. The webinars are free of charge, asking only for a small donation.

Limerick Garden Festival - Webinar Series is supported by Limerick City and County Council.

For the full schedule of talks starting on 26th August visit the festival Facebook page here or email

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