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Forest Moon Plants

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Forest moon plants is a new family run plant nursery based on the edge of Galway city. The nursery is run by horticulturist/nurseryman Rory Newell who has been working away in the background for several years, slowly but surely building up on stock in anticipation of opening to the public (by arrangement) for the coming growing season of 2022.
Rory’s journey through horticulture has seen him visit and work in many of the great gardens forming important relationships which have helped steer his career in a very plant orientated way.” My primary interest always is firmly with the plants and learning about them” It was this passion for plants that led him to becoming a grower. “I just figured it was the best way to learn about plants” This obsession for plants has allowed him to travel in search of plants to places like Vietnam as part of a plant hunting team involved in conservation work.
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The nursery is going to supply plants that are primarily on the more unusual side of things with many great collections building up quietly in the background.

We also intend on supplying many of the old favourite varieties of perennials, trees and shrubs, but the lean is towards plants of a more unusual nature.

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20

Years preserving plants

Helping preserve endangered plants and provide them to Irish Households

200+

Plant species available

We grow, nurture, and sell affordable high-quality plants across Ireland

2+

Acres of organic planting

We take pride in growing our own stock on our family-run nursery

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In addition, we supply consultancy, soft landscaping, planting plans and some design of smaller spaces.

We're looking forward to working with you.

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At Forest Moon Plants, we prid eourselves on providing superior customer service and bringing rare and endangered species to Irish households and companies.