Fruit and Nut
The new order form and catalogue/price list for 2020/21 is here: Order form and catalogue
Please note the website is currently undergoing updating work and some prices may be out of date. Current prices can be found in the catalogue.
Ordering for the 2020/21 season.
Stock is currently selling out very fast. The details are given below:
Cobnuts - Sold out 2020/21
Walnuts - Sold out 2020/21
Chestnuts - Not available 2020/21, hope to have trees for the 2021/22 season
Fruit trees - Selling out fast (order asap)
Woodland and hedging trees - Ordering by 3rd November advisable
Rootstocks - ordering by 1st December advisable
Heartnuts - Selling out fast
Pinus pinea - 25l size only
Monkey Puzzles - 9l size only
Berries (P9/P14 size) - Advisable to order asap
Berries (larger plants) - Sold out
Ordering for the 2021/22 season
In order to avoid disappointment early ordering is strongly advised. Earliest ordering dates for barerooted stock (supplied from November 2021) are given below
Cobnuts - 1st April 2021
Walnuts - 22nd June 2021
Chestnuts - 22nd June 2021
Fruit trees - 27th July 2021
Rootstocks - 1st September 2021
Woodland and hedging trees - 1st September 2021
How to order
The simplest procedure is for the customer to email us their wish list, then for us to confirm availability, price
We request that customers do NOT email a scanned order form as these can be very hard to read!
Please make sure you provide a contact phone number in your email. Please note that we cannot take orders or answer stock enquiries by phone.
We regularly ship plants to other European countries. International enquiries welcome.
Guidelines for international orders
Fruit trees: apples and pears only. We do not export any other top fruit. Minimum order generally 20 trees of any variety.
Berries: minimum order generally 50 of any variety. P9 size only.
Nuts: We can supply almond trees to the UK but not to the EU. Most other nut trees are exportable to all EU countries (subject to size limits below). With 2yr cobnuts there is a minimum of 10 trees per variety. The criteria for other nuts varies according to the species (please enquire).
Parcel size is limited to 20kg and 1.5m in length. This equates to approx 15 x 3yr cobnut trees or maiden apples, providing they aren't too tall. Anything bigger/heavier we have to send by pallet crate, which is expensive so not really worth it for quantities of under 100 trees. We can get up to 250 x 3yr cobnuts trees/maiden apples in a single pallet crate and up to 800 trees in a double crate.
2yr cobnut trees are much lighter and smaller. We can fit approximately 70 x 2yr cobnut trees in a 20kg parcel (possibly 80 trees if we spray-wash the roots to reduce weight) and around 1200 trees in a single pallet crate. This is the most economical size of cobnut to send abroad.
For container-grown coniferous nut trees the most economical to ship by pallet crate are the 3 and 9 litre sizes
Additional guidelines for UK customersAs a consequence of Brexit, there may be some restrictions on what we can export to the UK after 31st December 2020. Intending customers in the UK are advised to order well before this date.
See also the minimum order value requirements below:
* smaller orders may be collected from our premises
** the criteria for the UK may change as a result of Brexit. Please contact us for further information
Payment by Electronic Bank Transfer
This is the most efficient form of payment. Our account details are as follows:
Bank of Ireland, High St, Westport, Co. Mayo
IBAN: IE24 BOFI 9039 9855 6164 27
Account: Sustainability Institute
The IBAN should be entered as one continuous number (no gaps).
Some Irish customers may require the local sort code (90-3998) and the local account number (55616427)
If you are paying by electronic bank transfer please state your name in the space provided. This makes it easier for us to see who has paid for which orders.
Payment by Postal Order or Bank Draft
Please make payable to the Sustainability Institute and send to:
Fruit and Nut
Please note we no longer take payment by cheque.