National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin delighted to host ‘Three Threads’

On 3 September 1907, Frederick William Moore (1857-1949), Curator of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin addressed the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS), London. His lecture...

The Horticulture community is mourning the death of college lecturer Una McDermott – Funeral...

It is with sad news that we report the death of Una McDermott Carrick-on-Suir, Waterford / Dublin who lectured at W.I.T, Kildalton College &...
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Employment rights and conditions – Annual leave (Ireland)

Introduction Rules Calculating annual leave How to apply Where to apply Introduction Your entitlement to annual leave or holidays from work is set out in...
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Migrant workers (Ireland)

Employment permits Coming to Ireland - tax and social insurance Important information for those coming to work in Ireland about tax issues of residence, domicile, double...

Grants for Horticulturists – Chartered Institute of Horticulture

The “Grants for Horticulturists” original website was created, established and managed by Dr. Henry Oakeley and Graham Smith and supported by the RHS since...

SALTEX College Cup winners enjoy Six Nations experience

After winning the SALTEX College Cup for the second year running, students from CAFRE College in Antrim, Northern Ireland, enjoyed an unforgettable experience of...

RHSI ‘Open Garden Fest’ 2018

The RHSI is delighted to announce that the very successful ‘Open Garden Fest’, first introduced and run throughout 2016 is being relaunched again this...

Young Horticulturist of the Year Ireland Final 2018

You are cordially invited to attend the Ireland Final of the Young Horticulturist of the Year 2018 to be held at the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin...

Kildalton Agricultural & Horticultural College – Postponed until 16th March

A Horticultural Open Day will take place at the Teagasc Kildalton horticultural college in Piltown, County Kilkenny, now on Friday, 16 March, starting at...

Ensuring the Continued Success of the Bioeconomy in Ireland: Progressing & Translating Research

“The bioeconomy is a transition requiring a transition” says Teagasc researcher Dr. Maeve Henchion, co-organiser of “Ensuring the Continued Success of the Bioeconomy in...




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