IMPORTANT UPDATE - 24th November 2020
Our Nursery is CLOSED to the public during the level 5 restrictions but our team are working very hard gathering & packing orders behind the closed gates. Our website is OPEN to new orders, please allow up to 21 days for delivery.
Bareroot native trees, hedging, roses and soft fruit are almost all available and our range of mixed hedges & fruit trees will become available by the end of November.
You can also order online and choose to collect your order from the nursery gates, use the discount code COLLECT at the checkout stage to take off the delivery fee. Please allow 2 days for us to have your collection ready.
Matt, Maria and all at Future Forests
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For over 30 years, we have been supplying a huge range of quality plants to Gardeners, Landscapers, Community Groups, Farmers & Schools all over Ireland & the UK with an emphasis on native and unusual varieties.
At Future Forests the focus is on quality plants at affordable prices, with well informed staff and an outstanding range to choose from.
Please get in touch if you need any advice or help with ordering, you can contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call us on 00 353 (0) 27 66176.
Look forward to hearing from you,
Matt, Maria and the Future Forests Team
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Summer fruiting raspberries:
- If you choose early, mid-season and late varieties, you can pick from early July until early August.
- Summer raspberries fruit on one-year old wood, in an ideal situation the new canes would be tied into three rows of parallel galvanised wires between posts, ideally running north-south; the tallest wire should be 6ft above ground. Tying them in protects the canes from winter storms, and you may need to tie the tops of the canes along the top wire.
- In small gardens, where space might be limited,the wires can be fixed to posts along a sunny fence and grown behind the wires, or simply train 2-3 plants round a single post.
- Summer raspberries should be cut back hard after planting. As canes appear next spring, tie the strongest ones into the wires, fanning them out well. Prune out spindly canes. The following year, they will produce fruit; after fruiting cut them to the ground, and tie in the new growth.
- Alan Taylor IT Consulting