Our shop was formerly the much-loved bookshop, Greene's, from 1843 until its closure in 2009. Kitty corner from Oscar Wilde's home, across the street from Samuel Beckett's father's office and just down the street from where Joyce's Nora Barnacle worked in Finn's Hotel. It was at the heart of literary Dublin, a place known from everyone to W.B. Yeatas to Seamus Heaney. Generations of students purchased their books in Greene's. It is with respect, and with a nod to its former existence, that we stock a modest selection of books. Topics relates to gardening, horticulature, nature, the environement and general Irish interest. Drop in: we have more in-store than we do online.