IMPORTANT UPDATE - 24th July 2020
The website is OPEN again to new orders, please allow up to 14 days for delivery.
You can also order online and choose to collect your order, 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.
The Nursery is OPEN to the public four days a week, our opening hours are:
Thursday, Friday & Saturday - 10 to 6pm
Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday - 12 to 6pm
Thank you for your patience and understanding, we are doing our best during these challenging times.
Matt, Maria and all at Future Forests
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com or call us on 027 66176
Welcome to our Website!
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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Grasses have been much taken up by garden designers in the last decades, and gardeners are using them more and more, too. Grasses give a wonderful sense of mobility and beautiful, gentle sound in the garden, and they are wonderful with perennials in a border, as part of a prairie planting, or even in containers. The quality of their flower- and seed-heads is enhanced when they’re back-lit by the sun, and persisting seed-heads look entrancing when frosted. They give value and interest for months, with long-lasting spikelets (flowers) and equally valuable foliage.
There are cool-season grasses, which flower by midsummer, and warm-season grasses, which flower in late summer or autumn. Some are fluid and loose, and some are structural, architectural plants; some are evergreen, and even those that aren’t make attractive ‘skeletons’ in the winter, especially lovely when frosted. They are not all green, either – there are beautifully coloured and variegated grasses. Most like to be in full sun, but there are some that thrive in shade, and there are others that will cope with coastal exposure. In short, there’s a grass for every garden, small, large, courtyard, patio or balcony.
- Alan Taylor