Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Welcome to Burren Natural Strawberry Plants

Time to Plant
With temperatures finally starting to rise in the West of Ireland now is the ideal time to plant your crop of strawberries for Summer 2013. Plants set down over the next three or four weeks should be established enough to provide a decent crop of berries by June or July - depending on the weather. Strawberries also work will in tunnels or greenhouses and you you could expect a crop from tunnel plants in a matter of weeks. A good idea is to split your plants between the tunnel and outside - this will give you two crops of berries instead of one. Burren Naturally Strawberry Plants are grown on a terraced field overlooking Liscannor Bay in County Clare, Ireland. Young runners plants are hand potted into natural local soil (grass compost), fertilised using natural local plants (nettles and comfrey) and planted using 100 per cent recycled pots and packaging.

To purchase Burren Natural Strawberry Plants email BurrenBerries or come see us at the Ballyvaughan Farmers Market every Saturday in Ballyvaughan from 10am to 2pm. Free delivery is available for large orders (more then 20 plants) in North Clare and South Galway area and collection is also available in Ennis.

The prices are as follows:
1 plant - €2
3 plants - €5
7 plants - €10
15 plants - €20 
20 plants - €25