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Springfree Trampoline prices Spring / Summer 2015

For the last five years we have been selling Springfree Trampolines throughout Ireland.

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Things that you bury that grow!

Now is the time of year to start planning ahead for your summer garden. We have an interesting selection of things that you bury that grow. Some you can eat and some are just beautiful. Gardening is a mixture of bread and circus. It would be terribly dull if it was all food and no flowers. On the other hand, we would be deprived of loveley fresh vegetables, fruit, salads and herbs if it was all flowers. So plant both.blue spuds.jpg


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January Sale

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"Out with the old and in with the new." The spring-cleaning bug hit us early this year and we have started January with a big tidy-up. The result of this is that we have an excellent sale-table full of items at 50% off their original price. There are all sorts of bargains to be found:

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It's starting to feel a bit like Christmas!

Cold nights, clear skies, icy winds, cosy fires; it's starting to feel like Christmas is around the corner.

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Mature, semi-mature and rootball plants

Trees and shrubs come in a few different 'forms', all of which have advantages, disadvantages and availability windows.  The best time to plant woody plants such as trees and shrubs is in the autumn / winter / early spring period when plants are dormant. At this time of year there is greater availability of plants, less need to water them (if any) and a better chance for them to settle in before they start growing.

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