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Gardening Glossary

Investing in your garden

Gardening is a passion for many people across Ireland. Whether you are a amateur or professional gardener once you get the gardening bug, you have it for life. There are many places for Dublin gardeners to get access to tools of the trade and gardening accessories. The garden center is probably the most common place gardeners find what they are ... Read More »

Landscapers Advice On The Gladiolus

Landscapers can add colour to their garden designs by using a huge range and variety of flowers. The Gladiolus is one of the flowers that landscapers use that has a huge variety. The height of the thick flower stalk which rises from the corm may reach little more than 1 ft or as much as 5 ft. The open trumpet-shaped ... Read More »

Water Features Additions to Your Garden Design

Water features are a great way to spruce up any garden design. At landscaping dublin we have many years experience designing, building and installing water features for customers across Dublin and Ireland. Water features add life and movement to a garden design. The sound of water has an almost meditative quality about it and you can bring this quality with ... Read More »

Landscapers Advice on Bulbs

There is a lot that landscapers in Dublin and across Ireland need to know about bulbs. Such as daffodils, tulips, crocusos and snowdrops being planted in a hole 3 times deeper than the width of the bulb. Bulb planting can be easy for landscapers. The reason why is that very little can go wrong provided your garden soil is not ... Read More »

Landscapers advice on rockery perennials

Rockery perennials is a vague term used by Irish landscapers to describe a dwarf herbaceous which is suitable for growing in a rock garden. Such plants are often referred to as alpines because many of them were originally collected from the slopes of the Hiyalayas, Andes, Atlas Mountains and so on. The Edelweiss of the Swiss Alps has become the ... Read More »