September hit us on the nursery with an almighty bang, we had a good deal of scheduled work for July and August thankfully but the drought meant that the nursery was very quiet compared to how it usually is. However, as soon as the schools went back it was like a light bulb was switched on, the phones went mad ringing, the nursery was suddenly back to being a hive of activity with a steady stream of customers and deliveries heading out throughout the country. It’s great when that happens, it happened as well after the snow earlier this year you go from zero to 100 almost overnight Read More
I have started this year planning, looking at our marketing and budgets before we get too busy, so I’m all figured out and just dying to get out into the garden and get some practical gardening done. In the meantime I have plenty of plans for lovely gardens to complete.
Whilst looking at my marketing for this year and planning what we need for the coming year both in printed material and in digital and video format it has meant that we have had to assess what we do and how we do it to best get the message across to those people who aren’t familiar with our nursery and 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