This week on the nursery has been about stocking up ready for the new year, preparing the nursery for the new year and having all the stock in place for 2018. I’m looking up the yard an we have 3 lorries currently offloading, one from Italy, one from Holland and one from our own fields and this is just a small percentage of what has unloaded this week.
We have the largest amount of palm trees I have seen in a very long time all being offloaded rootballed after being lifted straight from the field to the truck in Italy before the Read More
The weather has really taken a downward turn, I’m just in after a long day and its freezing, quite literally, but that is good for the trees and hedging plants, it enforces their dormancy to get a bit of R&R over the winter so they can store their energy for growth in the spring, so everything has stopped growing and if you are planning on planting said trees & hedging now is the very best time to do that, the earlier in the bare-root season the better so that when the spring comes that they are well settled into their new home and ready to put all that reserved Read More
What sets Caragh Nurseries apart from other garden centres and nurseries is maturity, no not ours (cheeky!) but that of our plants and the knowledge that goes with doing that.
We grow the plants and trees on the nursery so we know everything there is to know about them and we are happy to pass on that knowledge and advise you on what is best for your garden. You get to chose between buying a smaller plant, hedge or tree and watching it grow or buying an older or more mature specimen where you don’t have to play the waiting game, which is important is you are overlooked, need to Read More