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In the garden with Gerry Daly: snowy mespilus and wasabi
Gerry Daly
Gerry Daly discusses snowy mespilus, wasabi and the jobs to get done in the garden this week.
13 April 2022 Features
Nuclei in beekeeping
Beekeeper Willie O’Byrne gives advice on bees that have made it through winter well, but also on the need for colonies behind in development to be sampled for disease.
6 April 2022 Features
Style to put a spring in your step
With spring in the air – and in your step – it just might be time to treat yourself to a great new gúna, writes Maria Moynihan.
In the garden with Gerry Daly: Lenten rose
Gerry Daly discusses the Lenten rose, frost damage in flowers and the jobs to get done in the garden this week
6 April 2022 Gardening
In the Garden with Gerry Daly: Darwin’s barberry
This week, Gerry Daly discusses the spring or Darwin’s berberis, named after Charles Darwin who developed the theory of evolution.
30 March 2022 Gardening
Katherine’s Country: on the farm all cogs must turn together
A safe and functional work environment is really important for women. Sometimes we can’t lift and climb gates and should not be expected to do it, writes Katherine O’Leary.
23 March 2022 Katherine O'Leary
Mother’s Day gift guide – spoil, treat, love and spend time
For all your mother has given you, she probably deserves the world. Until we can make that happen, spoil your mom with one of these lovely gifts, all from Irish businesses. Ilka Denker writes.
15 March 2022 Features
In the Garden with Gerry Daly: winter rays
This week, Gerry Daly tells us all about the mahonia, which flowers in spring.
1 December 2021 Gardening
In the Garden with Gerry: strawberry tree
This tree is often referred to as the Killarney strawberry tree as it is often seen growing in south Kerry, writes Gerry Daly.
17 November 2021 Gardening
In the Garden with Gerry Daly: bright red rowan
This week is all about the wild mountain ash, rowan and whitebeam. Plus now is a good time to plat perennial flowers as garden centres nationwide are being restocked, writes Gerry Daly.
27 October 2021 Gardening
In the Garden with Gerry Daly: Japanese anemone
Gerry Day discusses Japanese anemone, taking geranium cuttings and the jobs to get done this week
1 September 2021 Gardening
A light dessert to put some 'spring' in your step
This panna cotta tartlet is creamy, sweet and very light tasting; making it an ideal springtime dessert. Janine Kennedy writes.
6 April 2021 Recipes