Mountcharles-based McMonagle Stone are getting some valuable air time on RTÉ television with their products chosen by a number of gardeners involved in the RTÉ Super Garden show.
Manufacturers and suppliers of naturally quarried Donegal stone, McMonagles have been featured on two out of the five designer gardens on the current TV show on RTE 1, shown on Tuesdays at 7.00pm.
Dan McMonagle commented, “We are delighted our products have been chosen by many of the designers for their gardens, it shows that our products are of the highest quality and can complement any design palette whilst still being value for money, we wish them the very best of luck in the competition.”
McMonagle’s feature on the series of five up-and-coming garden designers competing to showcase their garden at this year’s 2012 Bloom Festival. Anne Byrne featured on programme 2 designed her garden in Moycullen in Galway which included McMonagle Stone’s Grey Sandstone Paving.
Benny MaGuire on programme 4 designed his garden in Glasnevin and featured McMonagle Stone’s New Product Stoneer.
Benny commented: “I chose Donegal Quartzite walling and I’m delighted with the results, the wall was handcrafted for a rustic feel and brings the whole garden together.”
If you missed the shows you can watch on RTÉ Player on www.rte.ie
McMonagle Stone is also looking forward to featuring on the RTÉ Lyric Fm garden at this years Bloom festival 2012 designed by the well known landscape designer, Paul Martin.
McMonagle Stone have worked on many prestigious projects in the past and recently have completed Westlife’s Kian Egan’s house in Sligo, Nevin Maguire’s house in Cavan, St Columb’s Cathedral in Derry and are currently refurbishing St. Mary’s Church in Killybegs.