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Recent news on our Old Irish Primroses
Wednesday FitzGerald Nurseries were awardes for category winner in he Irish Times InterTradeIreland All-island Innovation Awards
FitzGerald Nurseries are finalists in Intertrade Irelsnd / Irish Times Innovation awards.
IPM 2011 is the fifth year for FitzGerald Nurseries to exhibit in Essen and it has been a positive show for the company ever since.
A unique collection of Primroses bred over 35 years from old Irish varieties. Among the new varieties are the worlds darkest foliage Primroses.
The following are some of various Newspaper, Blog and Magazine articles about our plants and nursery.
FitzGerald Nurseries launch new colour grass range.
Check out the recent article in UK Horticulture Weekly.
FitzGerald Nurseries exhibit at Salon du Vegetal Angers,France.
Welcome to FitzGerald Nurseries
We deliver young plants as plugs linera and stage 3 tissue culture worldwide.
FitzGerald Nurseries has developed a unique range of plants suitable for all year round colour in small garden spaces, planters and containers.
The company has grown from a traditional family farm into Irelands leading young plant nursery based at two locations in Kilkenny and a micropropagation laboratory in Co Wexford. We supply young plants to plant growers all over the world in 18 different countries.
We also carry out contract micro-propagation production and new variety development. We have a number of our own bred varieties sold as micropropagated plants, plugs and liners. In addition to production facilities we have our own private trials grounds and carry out both production and garden trials on-site.
We hope this website will be useful as a window into what we do at FitzGerald Nurseries and that you check in on our monthly stock lists and news pages from time to time. Please also visit our MyPlant website where you can see varieties in our MyPlant brand range which in due course go onto our general young plant availability once tried and tested.
Check out our latest development hitting the news recently, Old Irish Primroses.