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Updated 28th February 2020

 

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Please note that all offers are subject to availability

 

Eleagnus umbellata (Autumn Olive)

 

Hardy, fast growing deciduous shrub, best known for its tasty edible berries. One of the first shrubs to come into leaf (typically mid March) and holds leaves until late autumn. Popular in forest garden projects, good for hedging and tolerant of seaside exposure. Also nitrogen fixing. 2 year barerooted plants, 80-100cm. 25 plants €40, 50 plants €70, 100 plants €120. 200 plants €200. Offer ends 17th March

 

2yr cobnuts

2yr cobnuts, Webbs 40-60cm, 20 plants: 90

Offer closes 29th February

 

Pear offer

We are offering 3 pear varieties: Christie, Invincible, Sensation. All varieties have a proven track record in Irish condtions. Invincible is exceptionally reliable and also a good pollinator for other varieties as it has a long flowering season. Christie is an old Scottish variety, with ability to crop in cold conditions. Sensation - sometimes known as 'Red Williams' is a russet fruiting, disease resistant sport of the old favourite Williams Bon Chrétien. 100.00 for 6 trees (any combination of varieties). 180.00 for 12 trees. Offer extended to 17th March (unless included as a part order with apple trees offered below, collection only)

 

MM106 Cider apple offer

1yr maidens on MM106 (semi-vigorous) rootstock. Variety: Dabinett (mild bittersweet), Harry Masters (full bittersweet), Michelin (full bittersweet), Morgan's Sweet (sweet) 20 trees any combination of varietes: 300 (unit price 15.00), 50 trees: 650 (unit price 13.50), Great bargain for someone looking to set up a cider orchard or add to an existing one. Offer extended to 17th March

 

M111 Cider apple offer

1yr maidens on M111 (vigorous) rootstock, good for poorer quality soil. Some tolerance to waterlogging. Varieties: Black Dabinett (full bittersweet), Browns (bittersharp), Harry Masters (full bittersweet) 15 trees (any mix of varieties) 225 (unit price 15.00), 30 trees 420 (unit price 14.00), 60 trees 780 (unit price 13.00). Excellent bargain for someone looking to set up a cider orchard on less than optimum ground. Offer extended to 17th March (orders under 30 trees collection only)

 

M25 Cider apple offer

Very strong 2yr trees on M25 (very vigorous) rootstock, nominally sold as straight leads but all the trees in this offer have excellent branch development hence are genuinely of full standard quality. Ideal choice for poorer quality soil. Varieties: Dabinett (mild bittersweet), Harry Masters (full bittersweet), Red Foxwhelp (bittersharp) 15 trees any mix of varieties 300 (unit price 20.00). Offer extended to 17th March

 

M25 Cooker apple offer

Very strong 2yr trees on M25 (very vigorous) rootstock, nominally sold as straight leads but all the trees in this offer have excellent branch development hence are genuinely of full standard quality. Ideal choice for poorer quality soil. Varieties: Bramley's, Tom Putt. Both varieties are also suitable for cidermaking - cider classification: sharp. 10 trees 200 (unit price 20.00). Can be combined with the M25 cider apple above (minimum quantity of trees = 15). Offer extended to 17th March (unless included as a part order with cider apple trees offered above, collection only)