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ISNA postpones Fota Plant Fair due to poor weather conditions

The Victorian Working Garden includes a beautiful orchard, pit houses, and working glasshouses. Photo: Fota House and Gardens.

Fair has been moved to a new date

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8 September 2022 | 0

The ISNA Fota Plant Fair has been postponed by one week due to the effects of accumulated rainfall at the site of the and the unpredictable weather forecast.

Taking place at Fota House, Fota Island, Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork from 11am to 4pm, the plant fair will now be held at on the new date of Sunday 18 September. Admission is €5.00 and a €3 toll per car for parking applies.

The ISNA represents the smaller, specialised nurseries in Ireland.  These nurseries offer a wide variety of plants, services, and advice. Most of the stock that they produce is propagated by themselves or sourced from other artisan producers. They offer a large selection of plants ranging from the more common species to the rare and obscure cultivars not normally found in the bigger retail outlets in Ireland.

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