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25.4.2017 | Estonia

New plants for the garden

New plants for the garden

There are many garden centres in and around Tallinn, where you will find great prices on trees, bushes, and other plants.

You’re best bet is to visit a garden centre, where you can get a travel pass for apple and pear trees, which helps prevent the spread of blight. Keep your receipt incase you need it at the border. Before you buy, check with your local Cites authority to find out about specific regulations.

From the end of April onwards, you can look forward to many different flower and garden fairs throughout Estonia. The biggest events, among others are the Türi Flower Fair at the end of May. You can find out about all the upcoming events at laadakalender.ee 

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TEXT KRISTINA LUPP, PHOTOS ANDREI CHERTKOV

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