Hydro Farm allotments, Tower, Blarney, Co Cork.

Hydro allotments are part of a private farm between Blarney and Tower Co Cork.

A hidden piece of paradise that even people living in the area may not be aware about.

The allotments are located on a secluded raised site, bounded by trees which form a shelter belt.

Security is not a problem as the allotments are only reachable by private roadway, and Zwena, the allotment owner lives on the farm.

Hydro Farm allotments, Tower, Blarney, Co Cork, photo / pic / image.

Public (local authority) or private: Private

Typical size of plots:To be confirmed.

Charges:130 per allotment.

Fruit tree planting allowed:Yes

Sheds/greenhouses allowed: Yes, but must be removed if leaving unless an arrangement is reached with the owner/new plot owner.

Help available on site: Yes, the owner is very hands on as she has her own plots on site also. On occasion it can be arranged for different people to come in and advise on the plots.

Of course, because some of allotment members have been there for years, you will have lots of free advice, seedlings or surplus harvest.

Not forgetting that help is also provided by the ready-made horse manure on site.

Secure storage: Yes, a large store shed where tools are kept.

On-site car parking:

Other amenities and bonuses: BBQ area ,showers and toilets on site.

Large canteen type space provided with kettle, table and chairs etc.

There is also a communal greenhouse available for use.

Hydro allotments also run professional seminars throughout the year on the different aspects of maintaining a successful allotment. These are open to all Hydro’s plotters.

Address: Hydro Farm, Tower, Blarney, Co. Cork

Contact: Zwena McCullough

Tel : 087 2333183

Directions: To be confirmed.

If you are the owner of this allotment or know further about it then please add a comment below.

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5 Responses to “Hydro Farm allotments, Tower, Blarney, Co Cork.”

  1. Peggy Says:

    The 5 new plots which were to added next year are now set up due to demand. They are ploughed and ready to go and the first two went yesterday while still being organized!

  2. admin Says:

    Thanks for the update Peggy.
    Zwena must be doing something right. :)

  3. Andrea Says:

    Good day to you .. just heard from someone down at the physio centre that you may still have allotments available .. please kindly tell me if you have any of the latest 5 allotments left .. and if yes is 130 Euro a monthly rental fee? looking forward to hearing from you .. kind regards, Andrea (Blarney resident)

  4. admin Says:

    Hey there Andrea.
    Your best bet is to contact the allotment provider directly by phone or email as mentioned above.
    Good luck in your allotment hunt. :)

  5. Zwena Says:

    Hi everyone, This was my first web site and it is now a bit out of date. We now have 42 allotments, a very colourful courtyard with barbecue, our tea room has had a facelift, we keep geese, lambs, ducks and hens in the summertime. We are stating our Workshops this year on saturday the 10th. march with a beginners course in growing vegetables and more. The course is run in 8 sessions over 4 months and will cover selecting a site, to making raised beds, to choosing what to grow, to planting and preparing the soil. The course will closely watch the garden grow and everyone will learn as we go. It is going to be a really fun course. It will cost €35 per half day or €200 for the 8 half days. To book please email or call 0872333183. See you there.

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