While you are in Co. Wicklow why not take a look around at some of our favourite attractions
Warblebank is a secluded hillside Wicklow country garden, situated on the outskirts of Newtownmountkennedy, Co.Wicklow.
The east facing back garden is dominated by Bramley apple trees and Leptospermums. Rose pergolas of ‘Pauls Himalayan Musk’, ‘Rambling Rector’ and ‘Saunder’s White Climber’ form a back drop to the well stocked herbaceous perennial borders with many interesting and some unusual varieties; aconitums, dephiniums, phlox, campanulas, salvias, border geraniums, iberis and penstemons to name a few
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Mount Usher Gardens
Located at Ashford, Ireland, was laid out in 1868. It is spread on twenty acres of land along River Vartry, having more than 5000 plant species
Created by Frances and Iain MacDonald, The Bay Garden was started when they moved to Camolin in 1989. The garden has evolved over the intervening years. Through excellent design, careful planning, and the great knowledge of plants that is very evident as you go around the garden, Frances and Iain are creating an astounding array of different garden “rooms”.
Kilmacurragh is a most exciting place to visit, for here you can time travel between the plant hunting of the Victorian era and see the results of today’s plant hunting in action.
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Golf and Hotel
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