Native Irish origin wildflower seed mixture re-sellers.
Whilst we wish you purchase from this website,
the following firms sell our seeds online or supply direct.
To the Public:
Mr Middleton Online Garden shop, mr middleton.com (Ask for Native Irish as they also sell imported seed)
The Garden Shop http://www.thegardenshop.ie/wildflowers-seed/ Mini packets
Many Irish garden centres sell our seed, but do not stock seed as it is highly perishable, they will take your details and send to us, then we make recommendation and its sent out to them by post. just ask at the counter,
ALWAYS ask for Design By Nature Native Irish Seeds, with proof via our unique seed cert, Department of Agriculture EU tracking code and Three year guarantee.
James Coburn (Northern Ireland) will deliver North or South.70% Irish Native flora 30% grass mixtures
Coburn's, 32 Scarva Street, Banbridge, Co Down, BT32 3DD, Tel 028 406 62207
Email firstname.lastname@example.org ask for William Cartmill
Trade Tenders and Wholesale:
Germinal are trade and wholesale only,
Goldcrop Cork, will supply Irish native seed if asked, they also import seed so again ask for proof of Irish seed
Landscapers who regulary sow our wildflowers and are trained by me and who may sow wildflowers for you.
Hawthorn Landscape - (west coast)
Sap Landscapes (nationwide)
Peter O' Brien's Landscape (east coast)
Redlough Landscapes (east coast)
Marcus Flannery (Donegal)
Boro landscape (southeast)
Connaughton and Sons Landscaping (Galway Mid West)
Eire Landscapes (Midlands)
FH Wetland Systems (nationwide wetland specilists)
Joe Furlong Landscapes (East Cork)
Roadbridge subcontract us on Motorways, windfarms and Pipelines.
Jons Civil, are infrequent users
Landscape Design | Landscape Architecture | Civil tenders
Many designers and architects recommend our seeds.
For tenders and projects, we get to be the recommended seed supplier, so double check that the seed supplied came from Irish sources and production. its all tracked and traceable to source just like Bord Bias quality approved Food schemes.