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Currant Cuttings Red, Black & White (Pre-Sale)

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Currant are our favourite berry because it’s so productive and reliable. The berries are versatile – eaten like as is or made used in jams, cakes and even country wines. Cuttings are 20cm long and are easy to root either by starting them in a pot or by sticking them into the ground directly. Please […]

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How to Graft Apple Trees and Why

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We participated in an apple tree grafting workshop hosted by the Roscommon Produce Network. We learned how to graft any variety of apple onto a rootstock of your choice. Making your own apple and other fruit trees saves you money and most importantly it enables you to propagate and preserve old and rare varieties of […]

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Athlone Apple Day 2021 – Irish Seed Savers

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Here’s a bit of video coverage of the Athlone Apple Day hosted by Fryry Orchard. A great day for the whole family, almost a harvest festival. A special thanks to the organizers for getting more people interested in producing their fruit by simply planting apple trees and to irish seed savers for coming along. The […]

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Red & Black Currants Bare root (Sold out)

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Part of the Winter Selection available again from October in our pre-sale. Subscribe to our email list to get notified. Currant are our favourite berry because it’s so productive and reliable. The berries are versatile – eaten like as is or made used in jams, cakes and even country wines. 1x Red Currant Bare Root […]

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Potted Plant Sale

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–IMPORTANT NOTICE – PLEASE READ– All plants are perennial (except Mullein) and come in 2 liter pots. Pictures of plants below. Our flat-rate postage of €5.90 applies and please note we only post potted plants to Rep. of Ireland and northern Ireland at an additional cost of €8. Please add this below. Please note that […]

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Planting Fruit Trees

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Planting a fruit tree well and kick starting it’s life couldn’t be simpler. It’s a once off investment and you should get fresh better than organic fruits for life! Here are a few steps with pictures. (Quick info) Always plant at least 2 varieties of each type of fruit tree close to each other and […]