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Autumn time is planting time and with the crisp Autumn air on our doorstep, we welcome ‘The month of the Harvest’.  September is the perfect time for planting all fruit trees and fruit bushes.   Not only do they provide healthy fruits that can be baked with or...

Ballyseedy Home & Garden has announced their end of season SALE with discounts of up to 70% off seasonal lines.  Whether you fancy treating yourself to a brand-new BBQ, plants, pots, on the lookout for that special gift or birthday present, you will find it for an excellent price at Ballyseedy Home and Garden, September SALE.  With up...

We are thrilled to be part of the Design and Craft Council Ireland's #MADELOCAL campaign. At Ballyseedy, we are proud to stocklist many Irish crafts in our store, from handmade candles, jewellery and homeware to name but a few. More than ever, it's so important to support local...

Research has shown that being around plants help improve memory attention, an increase in concentration and sparks creativity.  In order to flourish, mother nature requires nourishment and care, if taking care of in the correct manner, the results will be so rewarding.   From beautiful oranges, reds, yellows,...

Schools out and for everyone & the summer can now truly begin. The time spent outdoors and in the garden should be greatly increased especially in the finer weather by all members of the family. Feeding and watering plants is one chore that everyone can...

Our patios, decks and outdoor spaces are becoming more and more an extension of our homes, and, just like indoors, we like to decorate the areas we spend a lot of time so that they look good and feel inviting. A really great way to...

First things first: your growing medium. If you're replacing bedding in pots, we would recommend replacing at least half of the compost, if not all, with fresh multi-purpose compost. Old compost is tired and lacks nutrients but is perfect for throwing on beds and borders...

Ballyseedy Café is set to open a branch in Dairygold Co-op Superstores in Raheen, Co. Limerick, which is the first part of its partnership with the Munster agri-business giant. Well-known to visitors to Kerry, Ballyseedy Café will be open seven days a week, with two more...