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!
FREE Fruit Event
FREE Fruit Event taking place this Saturday October 4th at 11am. Discover how easy it is to grow your own healthy and nutritious fruit, get advice on choosing the best varieties, pruning techniques and much more. Here is our own lovely Ciara picking apples from garden centre owner Ronan O'Conghaile's trees just a few weeks ago. Now he knows where they all went!
Now Open Ardcarne Cafe!
Rare Trees at Ardcarne
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If you live in a mild area and left carrots, beetroot and potatoes in the soil, lift them now. Only store those roots that are healthy and without rots or pest presence. Parsnips should be left in the ground as they taste better once frosted.
Autumn Planting Onions
Plant these special autumn planting varieties now and you'll be enjoying onions in early summer next year.
Only €2.49 for 50 sets, "Radar" and "Senshyu Yellow" varieties in store now!
Spring Flowering Bulbs!
A sure sign that autumn is coming is the arrival of the first spring flowering bulbs here at the garden centre! We've great value daffodil sacks at the moment 2 for only €20 and lots more other varieties for planting in the garden or containers.
Monday09:00 - 18:00
Tuesday09:00 - 18:00
Wednesday09:00 - 18:00
Thursday09:00 - 18:00
Friday09:00 - 18:00
Saturday09:00 - 18:00
Sunday12:00 - 18:00
Bank Holidays : 12.00 - 18.00
- FREE Fruit Event 30 September 2014
- October's plants of the month are conifers 30 September 2014
- Take action against lurking pests 26 September 2014
- Give your lawn some autumn TLC 23 September 2014
- Veg growers across Ireland have been vying for top prizes 21 September 2014
- Harvest your haricots 19 September 2014
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