Gardening Advice & Tips for Irish Gardeners

Tulips are available in many varieties and colours. They add a touch of class to any garden and with their vibrant colours, create an impressive display. When to Plant Tulips Tulip Bulbs should be sown during the autumn months, before the first frosts set in. Growing...

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Snow drops are a particular favorite for Irish gardeners but are tricky to grow. Also know as Galanthas, they are hardy little flowers and can take an average of 2-4 years to grow to flowering size. It does take patience for these little beauties and the wait can off putting for some but...

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Bluebells also known as Hyacinthoides are a beautiful & delicate looking spring flower Bluebell bulbs when fully grown can range in height from 1 to 2 feet and it's blossoms are bell-shaped. The come into full bloom in early to mid spring. They, along with snowdrops are a...

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Crocuses are a great little spring flower and will grow pretty much anywhere around the world. They add a vibrant dash of colour to your spring garden. Once the weather starts to get chillier in autumn, it's time to start things about planting your crocus bulbs. Crocus bulbs and plants are...

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Autumn is the time where we start thinking about planting our daffodil bulbs. Daffodils bring a nice burst of colour to our gardens and borders in spring. When to Plant Daffodils Daffodils are sown usually from September to November as bare daffodil bulbs but can be planted until the...

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Growing beetroot is very easy. The only problem with it is that by the time it is ready to eat, unless you pull it as 'baby beetroot', it's past the summer and the most common time for salads has passed. There are some people who just love beetroot, pickled or un-pickled and would have them with...

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