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Gardening

As the weather heats up, Gerry Daly outlines the jobs to do in your garden this week.
By Gerry Daly on 24 May 2018
The Mexican lily is an unusual plant in gardens but it is becoming more widely grown for its year-round foliage and its spectacular flower spikes, writes Gerry Daly
By Gerry Daly on 24 May 2018
With temperatures finally heating up, growth is beginning again and it is time to get busy in the garden, writes Gerry Daly.
By Gerry Daly on 10 May 2018
In our school garden series, Maura Sheehy of Maura's Cottage Flowers explains how to set up a crop rotation system and recommends what to plant before the summer holidays.
By Contributor on 17 May 2018
With spring in full-swing and summer on the horizon, it's a great time for getting things done in the garden, writes Gerry Daly.
By Gerry Daly on 04 May 2018
Honeywort, or cerinthe, is a little-known annual flower that has been gaining more attention in recent years, writes Gerry Daly.
By Gerry Daly on 03 May 2018
Keep your spring garden up to date with Gerry Daly's jobs to do in the garden this week.
By Gerry Daly on 26 April 2018
Gorse is a prolific wild shrub, commonly seen growing wild and sometimes in gardens, writes Gerry Daly
By Gerry Daly on 26 April 2018
Gerry Daly explains how to keep up to date in your garden this Spring with these jobs.
By Gerry Daly on 19 April 2018
Few plants capture the lively zest of spring in quite the same way as deciduous azaleas, writes Gerry Daly.
By Gerry Daly on 19 April 2018
The Cork School Garden Competition encourages children to work their green fingers and registration for Agri Aware’s Incredible Edibles scheme has officially opened, writes Tracey Donaghey
By Tracey Donaghey on 12 April 2018
Waiting until the soil dries out to sow vegetables and checking for pests in greenhouses are some of jobs to do in the garden this week, writes Gerry Daly.
By Gerry Daly on 06 April 2018
As spring sets in, Gerry Daly outlines the jobs to do in the garden in the coming week.
By Gerry Daly on 29 March 2018
In the garden this week get ready to sow vegetable seeds, get back to regular mowing and much more.
By Gerry Daly on 22 March 2018
It’s time to get the wellies out and get back in the garden, writes Lily Champ.
By Contributor on 29 March 2018
The cherry family gives an unmatched sequence of exuberant blossom from late January to early May, writes Gerry Daly.
By Gerry Daly on 22 March 2018
It might just be an 8.6ac small-holding on the outskirts of Edinburgh; but Cyrenians Farm is having a big impact on many lives, writes Maria Moynihan.
By Maria Moynihan on 22 March 2018
Want to keep update in with what needs to be done in the garden? Look no further than Gerry Daly's five gardening jobs to do this week.
By Gerry Daly on 15 March 2018
Whether you garden as a hobby or as a profession awareness of movement is key to reducing injury writes Tracey Donaghey.
By Tracey Donaghey on 29 March 2018
Michael Keaveny speaks to Angela Jupe, a retired garden designer and director of the Royal Horticulture Society of Ireland, about the importance of good-quality soil in the garden.
By Michael Keaveny on 29 March 2018
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