IMPORTANT UPDATE - 24th January 2021
Our WEBSITE is CLOSED to new orders and everything will appear to be out of stock or season. This is to allow us to process the orders already in our system.
We will OPEN up the website to new orders on:
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 7th at 7pm
We will keep it open until we reach our weekly order limit which is usually within an hour.
Our website can only remain open for short periods as we are experiencing an unprecedented number of orders each time the website opens up.
Our nursery is CLOSED to the public and as per the government guidelines we are not facilitating collections during level 5 restrictions.
This is a unique and challenging time for everyone, all our staff are doing their best to keep the plants flowing, thank you so much for your patience and understanding.
Matt, Maria and all at Future Forests
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com or call us on 00353 (0) 27 66176
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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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- The ideal situation for raspberries is a sheltered, sunny site with fertile, humus-rich, free-draining soil, preferably slightly acid to neutral. They will tolerate partial shade, although the fruit won’t be as sweet.
- What they won’t tolerate is poor drainage, heavy soils or thin chalky soils.
- Space the plants around 45-60cm (18in–2ft) apart if planting in rows.
- Rows should be at least 1.5m apart; 1.8m is better.
- Once established, raspberries like to spread, so it’s a good idea to choose a site surrounded by grass, so you can mow off any unwanted suckers.
- Alan Taylor IT Consulting