Windyridge Nurseries & Garden Centre is a family run business established in 1962 on Rochestown Avenue, Dun Laoghaire by the current owners grand Aunt, Miss Sheila Harvey, a knowledgeable lady, who trained in horticulture, many people still remember her fondly. Now in the 21st Century her grand nephew’s Justin and Paul Harvey are continuing on the Nursery in her legacy.
The newly restocked and re-launched garden centre is a gardener’s delight surrounded by a large variety of plants. Many of these plants such as the large and extensive range of herbaceous are very good value and are grown on site making them particularly suitable for the local conditions and with the help and knowledge of the Windyridge staff there are plenty of varieties to choose.
Colourful bedding plants are available all year round and used in hanging baskets and containers. Windyridge is renowned for making hanging baskets & containers to customers specifications, first started by Miss Sheila Harvey nearly fifty years ago. Customers can also choose from a large selection of pre-made baskets on show in the bedding section.
In the newly extended shop you will find all the fertilizers, weed killer, pest controls, plant feeds, tools and garden accessories all at competitive prices and staff on hand to give advice on how to use them. Along with bedding and herbaceous plants in stock there is a wide range of fruit trees, bushes, ornamental trees, climbers, a vast selection of shrubs and of course a beautiful range of Irish grown roses. No garden centre would be complete without an impressive selection of pots and all important extensive compost range.
A new addition to the centre is a range of Abwood trellis and fencing with Justin an experienced Landscape designer on hand to give expert advice. Justin has gained his knowledge and skills from his training in the Botonic Gardens, Glasneven and his experience abroad in Australia. Delivery is available on all large plants, composts and trellis within the area..
Often described as an oasis of tranquillity, a visit to Windyridge Nurseries and Garden Centre is a must.