Unrivalled access to consumer and trade buyers in Ireland’s horticulture sector
The Irish Garden is Ireland’s gardening monthly, written by Irish gardeners for Irish gardeners.
Gardening in Ireland is different. We enjoy a unique climate on the edge of Northern Europe, combining warm winters with cool summers and an adequate rainfall all year round. As a result, we can grow an amazingly broad range of plants from around the world, giving our gardens the distinctive look so much admired by overseas visitors. Irish soils are also unique. They offer opportunities and challenges in equal measure, and understanding soil is the key to successful gardening.
Attitudes to gardening have changed a lot in recent years; for the most part we do not have the same long tradition that exists in other countries and we have shaped the appreciation of the place of gardening in our lives to suit ourselves.
We cater, then, specifically for Irish conditions although all those who garden in mild climates, or wish that they could do so, will find something to enjoy. The Irish Garden is a general interest magazine, aimed at pleasing the widest possible cross-section of people interested in gardening. It is packed with “how-to-do” information and at the same time has long,well-illustrated articles on good plants and notable Irish gardens.
The magazine is complemented by Garden.ie, Ireland’s No. 1 website for all things gardening. If your business or brand is focused on the horticulture market, talk to us about an integrated marketing approach incorporating print and digital media.
If your sales message includes the horticulture trade, we offer unique access to this market through GLAS, Ireland’s annual horticulture trade fair.
Contact the team:
Follow the email format firstname.lastname@example.org or use the Contact Form
Editor Gerry Daly | +353 (0)1 294 7722
Garden History & Books Editor Mary Davies| +353 (0)1 294 7777
Sales Director Paul Byrne | +353 (0)1 294 7711
Sales Managers Jane & Lyn Donald | +353 (0)86 839 5179 email@example.com
Circulation Manager Kim Mokha | +353 (0)1 294 7712