Ardcarne Garden Centres

Recognised as two of the best Garden Centres in Ireland, both the Roscommon Town and Boyle Garden Centres offer Ireland's best for choice, quality, value and service.  Both Garden Centres are members of the Plants Plus Garden Centre group, and as such are brimming with tempting displays of seasonal plants and a huge selection of ornamental pots and containers - Come and see us soon!

Bluebell wood

At their peak now, the Bluebells at Derreen Wood are just down the road from Ardcarne Garden Centre Boyle. If you haven't visited before, make sure you don't miss this amazing natural display.

 

Directions: Follow the road past the garden centre, heading towards Knockvicar and Keadue. Approximately 1 mile past the garden centre the road bends sharply to the left. Just opposite this bend is a small car park on the right hand side. Park here and walk through the gate into the bluebell wood.

 

Please respect this beautiful place for all to enjoy.

 

GroMor

The new nationwide GroMór campaign starts this week in association with Bord Bia. 

Come and visit us to find out how easy it is to get healthy and get growing.

Bloom Offer!

Foil your felines

Protect young seedlings from being scratched up by cats by cutting lengths of spiky holly, pyracantha or bramble and sticking them in the ground among your plants. Cats hate getting their paws pricked and will find somewhere less thorny to visit instead.

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Tomato Hanging Baskets

An Instant tomato Hanging basket

Valid until 31 May 2015

€9.99

Award Winners!

Mary Frances receiving both a 3 star and a 4 star Garden Industry award for Ardcarne Garden Centres Roscommon Town and Boyle.

Upcoming Events

Opening hours

  • Monday
    09:00 - 18:00
  • Tuesday
    09:00 - 18:00
  • Wednesday
    09:00 - 18:00
  • Thursday
    09:00 - 18:00
  • Friday
    09:00 - 18:00
  • Saturday
    09:00 - 18:00
  • Sunday
    12:00 - 18:00

Bank Holidays : 12.00 - 18.00

Eamon Tubman of Digges Beekeeping Association, based in Mohill, gives annual talks in the garden centre