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Organic Seed Suppliers - Ireland and UK

 
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Hi all,

New to the forum, very interesting site so far!

I'm looking to establish a small vegetable patch in our garden and looking to source organic seeds in Ireland or the UK (Closer to Ireland the better as I'd like to source locally produced seeds).

I'm taking the no dig route if that makes any difference.

Any recommendations for suppliers?

Thanks in advance!
 
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Welcome!  Check out https://www.brownenvelopeseeds.com/ in West Cork.

http://www.realseeds.co.uk/seedsources.html has another interesting set of listings.  

I have never ordered from either company but have followed their listings.
 
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Great, thanks for those links, I'll certainly check them out! Keep em coming!
 
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I believe bealtaine Cottage sells seed of various types but not a huge range.
Maybe we could set up an Ireland seed exchange?
 
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https://justseed.com

Have a good range of organic seeds, never had a problem with them and they are good value too.
 
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Try PEPPERMINT FARM down in cork , has a vast range of plants mostly--all organic accredited--but does offer spare seeds every now and then , lots of very interesting herbs---a warning --you will blow your budget if you visit or meet them at the various markets
 
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