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I didn't even heard about the Irish Seed Savers before I went there. I met some Irish ladies just a... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2018
Recife, PE

The highest compliment one can pay to a place is to say that it makes one proud to be Irish. This... read more

Reviewed 6 December 2017
Galway, Ireland
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We Invite you to visit Irelands Largest Organic Seed Farm & Irish Heritage Orchards Located on 20 beautiful acres in Scariff, East Clare, Ireland Garden Centre & Seasonal Cafe, Children's Trail, Self Guided Tours, Organic Heritage Apple Trees, Irish...more
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Scarriff, Ireland
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Reviewed 20 June 2018

I didn't even heard about the Irish Seed Savers before I went there. I met some Irish ladies just a few days before and they told me that they'd take me to some delightful day and we started there. I was amazed with the place....More

1  Thank claricepacheco
Reviewed 6 December 2017

The highest compliment one can pay to a place is to say that it makes one proud to be Irish. This, I feel, describes the work that Irish Seed Savers do. Essentially, this is Ireland's seed bank holding seeds of countless varieties of plants. Essential...More

Thank stephenjfahy2017
Reviewed 8 August 2017

This large set of gardens is home to Ireland's seed bank, concentrating on varieties which grow in the local climate. It is open to members and non members. anyone with an interest in gardening, apple trees and biodiversity could spent several hours here. Wholesome food...More

Thank gvratings
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

Friendly faces, fab food snd plants and advice aplenty on my recent visit. For anyone with an interest in nature visit the apple orchard and chat to the workers

Thank keurata
Reviewed 28 July 2016

Had long heard of this organisation and was delighted to visit, to wander and to learn. Wear good shoes - lots of grass to walk on and if it is wet your feet will soon feel it!

Thank kmdub
Reviewed 5 June 2016

I went to Irish Seed Savers yesterday but have been meaning to go for ages. It was a beautiful day with the sun shining. I loved it! If, like me, you like grass, greenery, being surrounded by nature-you are at home here! It was peaceful...More

1  Thank Mona31
Reviewed 2 August 2015

We were a group of adult learners and tutors from Westport and Castlebar Adult Education, part of Mayo, Sligo & Leitrim Education & Training Board (ETB). The learners had been studying nutrition and health and fitness among other things and were keen to see where...More

1  Thank Clare S
Reviewed 30 July 2015

Great place to eat and inspiring seed saving gardens. We visited the gardens and ended up eating there as well.

1  Thank Fionnuala S
Reviewed 25 June 2015

I went here to buy some seeds and spent the whole day walking around the amazing gardens, such a huge range of abundant and unusual apple trees, amazing. Seed Savers is an inspiring and necessary project to keep rare varieties flourishing. When we came back...More

2  Thank Patsy P
Reviewed 25 June 2015 via mobile

Gorgeous place filled with lovely helpful people who are inspiring the nation to take up the noble pastime of saving seeds for the future of biodiversity, which is more important than most people give it credit for. A nice place to walk around and have...More

2  Thank shelleybedford123
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Seamus H
7 September 2017|
Response from gvratings | Reviewed this property |
Best to contact Irish Seedsavers directly. Tripadvisor is blocking me giving you the web address but just google them They may be able to help if you send a sample apple.