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Buying hydrangeas in Roscoff area

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Buying hydrangeas in Roscoff area

Heading to Roscoff by car ferry in September , anybody any ideas where we could buy some hydrangea plants for our garden ? Within reasonable driving distance of Roscoff.

Will definitely leave soon room for wine too though , having read some of the advice on this forum !

Thanks

T

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1. Re: Buying hydrangeas in Roscoff area

Hi,

I think that there is a Point Vert in St Pol de Léon. Alternatively there is a magasin vert in Morlaix. Both of these sell garden flowers.

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2. Re: Buying hydrangeas in Roscoff area

Thank you for that information. I'll look into these suggestions .

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3. Re: Buying hydrangeas in Roscoff area

Are you talking about a garden in Dublin?

Plants are a restricted good.

citizensinformation.ie/en/travel_and_recreat…

Prohibited or restricted goods

Certain goods cannot be imported to Ireland or can only be imported under licence.

The main items that cannot be imported or must be imported under licence are:

Firearms

Ammunition

Explosives and fireworks

Offensive weapons

Indecent or obscene material (books, periodicals, prints and video recordings)

Plants or bulbs

Live animals or dead animals (including cats and dogs)

Birds, poultry or eggs

Endangered species

Meat and meat products, milk and milk products, and certain foodstuffs (with specific exceptions)

Hay or straw (even if used as packing).

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