Important update | April 21, 2021

Our nursery is open to visitors from Thursday-Saturday 10:00am to 5:30pm and Sunday from 12:00-5:30pm.

Our website opens on Sundays at 7pm for new orders. We will keep the website open until we receive our weekly order limit (currently until about Monday morning).

Once we have reached our weekly maximum the site will be temporarily closed for orders and everything will appear to be out of stock/season.

We are working as quickly as we can to process orders but please allow two to three weeks for delivery.

Our phone lines are open Monday to Saturday from 12:00-16:00. You can call us on 00353 (0)27 66176 or email us at info@futureforests.ie.

Water Plants & Marginals

Beautiful Water Lilies and other floaters for ponds & water features and marginal plants to decorate damp verges or banks of streams & provide habitat for aquatic life.

The best time of year for planting Water Plants is April to August, while they are in full growth. To learn more about choosing & growing waterplants click HERE

OUR RANGE OF WATERPLANTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM APRIL 2021

Water Plants & Marginals

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Acorus gramineus Ogon - Future Forests
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Anagallis tenella - Future Forests
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Butomus umbellatus
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Butomus Umbellatus Schneeweisschen
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Caltha palustris - Future Forests
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Cardamine pratensis - Future Forests
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Carex elata Aurea
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Ceratophyllum demersum - Future Forests
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Cyperus longus - Future Forests
Cyperus longus
€4.75
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Eleocharis acicularis - Future Forests
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Eleocharis palustris
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Eriophorum angustifolium
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Iris ensata - Future Forests
Iris ensata
€4.75
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Iris louisiana ‘Ann Chowning’ - Future Forests
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Iris louisiana ‘Black Gamecock’ - Future Forests
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Iris pseudacorus - Future Forests