• Best used for undersowing with tall crops.  Fixes nitrogen, pest management, forage, small leaf.  Very good for bees.  Long-term green manure.  200g bag.
  • "Tanacetifolia" fast growing, weed suppressor, attractive to bees with blue flowers. Unrelated to other crops. Used as an overwintering crop to protect the soil, or in spring to suppress the weeds. It attracts bees and can be dug straight into the soil before flowering. Sow Mar-Sept. Certified organic. Packs of 200g Can also be used as a green "manure"
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    Wool Slug and Snail Deterrent

    7.90 (7.90 incl VAT)
    A natural wool barrier to deter snails.  Slugs and snails will dry out if they try to cross the barrier due to the salt content of the wool.  They are also irritated by the texture of the wool.  100% biodegradable and harmless to children, pets and wildlife.  Lasts between 18 to 24 months.
  • A guide to over 100 edible plants, berries, mushrooms, seaweed and shellfish - all beautifully illustrated. Advice on when to gather, what to pick and how to cook it.
  • This handy guide features 240 British and Irish wild flowers. Species are illustrated with photographs and drawings, including details of size, habitat, geographical range and flowering season.
  • A fascinating guide to help you identify 240 insects found across Europe. Features colour photographs and species descriptions, with information on size, habitat and range for quick and easy identification.
  • The Ultimate portable guide to the most common species of tree in Ireland and Northern Europe. Includes species descriptions and information on bark, leaves, nuts and fruit. Features Colour illustrations throughout for quick and easy identification.
  • The ultimate portable guide to 240 of the most common butterfly and moth species in Ireland & Britain. Features species descriptions, colour photographs and illustrations throughout for quick and easy identification.
  • The ultimate portable guide to over 230 mushrooms and toadstools. Features colour photographs and illustrations, with information on size, habitat and when they can be found, and crucially whether they are edible or poisonous.
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    The ultimate portable guide for quick and easy identification of garden birds. Features species descriptions of all the birds you are most likely to see in your garden, town, or park.
  • The ultimate portable guide for quick and easy identification of birds. Covers the 230 birds most often found in Britan & Europe.
  • Book Sleeve
    With the help of this pocket sized guide, you can put a name to the wild flowers you see around you every day.
  • Fast growing summer fertility building mix. Lots of bulk and nitrogen. Prepare a reasonable seed bed. Broadcast and rake to cover the seeds with soil. When grown cut and incorporate foliage and roots into the soil. Sow : April - September
  • Nitrogen Fixer. low growing, deep rooting. Improves soil structure and fertility. Prepare a reasonable seed bed. Broadcast and rake to cover the seeds with soil. When grown, cut and incorporate foliage and roots into the soil before plants become too woody. Perennial 3-4 years . Sow April - September
  • Hugely attractive for bees. Fast growing foliage which helps supress weeds. Produces lots of organic matter and bright yellow flowers. Prepare a reasonable seed bed . Broadcast and rake to cover the seeds with the soil. When grown, cut and incorporate foliage and roots into the soil before plants become too woody. A great addition to any garden. Sow: April - June
  • Fast growing green manure. Suitable as fodder. Climber, best sown together with a companion plant like Phacelia. Prepare reasonable seed bed . Broadcast and rake over seeds with soil. When grown, cut and and incorporate foliage and roots into the soil before plants become too woody. Sow March - September
  • Red Clover is the best nitrogen fixer of all. It also needs a long growing season. High yeilding, forage, great for the bees, improves fertility, deep rooting, and improves soil structure. Can also be used as a green "manure".
  • Green manure mix with 40% annual ryegrass, 30% pannonische vetch, 30% crimson clover. Top (or graze) when over 30cm high. Cut and dig in 4 weeks before next crop. Sow: August/September. 300g for 50m2.
  • Excellent reference swatches for exploring and identifying Ireland's native bugs and trees. Designed, printed, and published in Ireland. Price is per swatch.
  • Irish Seed Saver branded tote bag. Made from 100% fair trade organic cotton, it's light and durable.
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