Master My Garden Podcast

EP059 Companion Planting Part 1 With Tanguy de Toulgoët Dunmore Country School

March 05, 2021 John Jones Episode 59
Master My Garden Podcast
EP059 Companion Planting Part 1 With Tanguy de Toulgoët Dunmore Country School
Show Notes

This weeks episode 059 is part 1 of a two part episode on companion planting in the garden with Tanguy country school. 
 Dunmore Country School is the home and garden of Tanguy and Isabelle de Toulgoët. The came to live twenty five years ago in lovely Laois to live their dream life. Tanguy and Isabelle have been immersed in cooking and food producing  since their childhood. To share our experience, they have started Dunmore Country School, a working teaching kitchen garden in 2009. The garden is a potager-style, nature friendly which though only an acre in size yields a huge variety of plants and vegetables and even melons.
The sustainable kitchen garden is also a no-dig garden, which saves a lot of backache, as the worms do the digging for the garden.
They are acutely aware of the tiny relationships in nature that make a huge difference to the ultimate health of a garden, and like any other school, we love to share our knowledge with people!

With courses such as Start Your Garden From Scratch, Month To Month Stroll in the Garden, Warré Hive Beekeeping, Polytunnel, and even French Classes, to mention but a few, there really is something for everyone! You can view the full list of courses on
Website: https://www.dunmorecountryschool.ie/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dunmorecountryschool/?hl=en
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DunmoreCountrySchool/

There will be a blog post on this episode very soon on my website. This blog and previous blogs along with all podcast episodes are be available on my
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Happy Gardening
John