Ballintubber Farm allotments, Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork.





Located on farmland in Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork, Ballintubber Farm allotments grew up around David and Siobhan Barry’s full time business of vegetable growing.

Where better to teach yourself to grow fruit and veg than right next to a site which already grows early potatoes, unusual vegetables such as Romanesco cauliflower, white turnips, peace peas and sprouting broccoli, pumpkins for Halloween and trees for Christmas.

Beginners are especially welcome as the allotment owners would like everyone to enjoy the benefits of growing your own.

cavolfiore romanesco

Romanesco cauliflower, learn how to grow it, photo / pic / image.




Public (local authority) or private: Private

Typical size of plots: 20ft x 30ft (600 square feet/55m2) or 20ft x 60ft (1200 square feet/110m2)

Charges: According to size, €300 and €500 per growing year

Fruit tree planting allowed: Yes.

Sheds/greenhouses allowed: Yes, upon size clearance with the allotment owner.

Help available on site: David and Siobhan the allotment providers are experienced veg growers, they grow and sell veg  for their own farmers market stall.  So they have our own allotment on site to demonstrate and advise.

Free farmyard manure and harvested rainwater is available on site for allotment holders.

Secure storage: Yes, lockers provided in a large shed on site.

On-site car parking: Yes

Other amenities: Toilets provided. A orchard area is currently being considered

Address: Ballintubber Farm, Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork

Contact: David or Siobhan Barry

e-mail : ballintubberfarm@gmail.com

Tel : 086 8238187 or 021 4883034

Directions: The allotments are located between Carrigtwohill and Midleton in  East Cork. A 15 minutes drive from Cork city centre.

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

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2 Responses to “Ballintubber Farm allotments, Carrigtwohill, Co. Cork.”

  1. michael brenock Says:

    Excellent location and good soil, ideal for vegetable growing, you are in good company with David and Siobhan as they have years of experience between them

  2. michael brenock Says:

    best wishes with the allotments, you have a good site and good soil and you got the best advice from me over the years
    michaael brenock

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