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Sa chlár seo tarraingíonn láithreoir Aedín Ní Thiarnaigh a buataisí báistí uirthi agus tugann sí aghaidh ar an mbogach, talamh uisceach na hÉireann.

In this episode, presenter Aedín Ní Thiarnaigh pulls on her wellies and sets off for Ireland's wetlands.

Díríonn sí ar chuid de na bláthanna fiáine is suimiúla a fhásann i dtalamh fliuch agus foghlaimíonn sí faoi na húsáidí ar féidir a bhaint astu agus faoin seanchas a mbaineann leo.

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Casann Aedín leis an luibheolaí Jörg Müller a insíonn di faoi na húsáidí mórá leigheas a bhaineann le ceann de na plandaí is sine sa tír, an Eireaball Capaill, atá ag fás anseo ó aimsir na ndineasár.

Faighimid léargas iontach eile ar leigheas na mbláthanna fiáine ón ngarraíodóir Cáit Curran i gContae na Gaillimhe, a roineann a cuid scéaltafaoi bhuanna leigheas an chabhsadáin, bláth bándearg ar a dtugtar 'woundwort’ sa Bhéarla.

Ar imeall Chathair na Gaillimhe, buaileann Aedín le Katie Dywer, léachtóir san éiceolaíocht uisceach in GMIT agus pléitear saintréithe na mbogach agus an tionchar mór atá ag bogaigh na hÉireann ar ár flóra agus fána.

She examines some of the most interesting wildflowers found in this watery habitat and learns about their various uses and their fascinating folklore.

Aedín chats to medical herbalist Jörg Müller

Aedín chats to medical herbalist Jörg Müller who tells her about the medical marvels associated with one of our most ancient plants, Horsetail, which has been growing here since the time of the dinosaurs.

We get another insight into the medicinal traits of plants from gardener Cáit Curran in County Galway, who shares her experiences of using the pink-petalled flower ‘woundwort’.

On the edge of Galway City, Aedín meets with Katie Dwyer, lecturer in aquatic ecology in GMIT. They discuss the unique traits of wetlands and their signifiant impact on Irish flora and fauna.

Faoi Bhláth, Monday at 8pm on RTÉ ONE or any time on the RTÉ Player.

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