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Birdland Elder Tree (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. Elder is a well known hedgerow tree prized for it’s flowers in early summer and it’s berries in autumn, both ideal for making cordials and country wines. Bare root trees are about 1foot / 30cm […]

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Artichoke Plants 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. Artichokes are basically a giant perennial thistle well known for it’s most prized culinary delight – the young flower heads and artichoke hearts. These are delicious when steamed and dipped in fennel butter. Artichoke Violetta […]

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Giant Oriental Poppy 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. Potted plants are available during summer! Oriental poppies are not only giant, they’re also a hardy perennial producing beautiful blooms among a pollinator favourite source of nectar forage. Plants are 1 year old and posted […]

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Potted Plants 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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Plant Nursery in Late Summer

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Here’s a quick video of our plant nursery at the beginning of August. We grow plants both from seeds and from cuttings. Thankfully we didn’t get around to starting a full batch of plants from seed in mid summer. They most certainly would’ve burned up during the heat wave in June reaching temperatures of up […]

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How to Plant Tiger Nuts Chufa

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In this video we’re showing you how we plant our tiger nuts, also known as Chufa. Even though it’s a little late in the growing season to plant them out they should still multiply nicely by the end of November when the first hard frost knocks them back. The best time to plant them is […]