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Mature trees and rhododendrons form the backdrop for the woodland walk around the lake and through the parkland. There are two walled gardens which are gradually being brought back into use.
A two acre site with a large Oriental Temple Garden including a traditional teahouse, stone bridge, traditional stone lanterns and a Moon Gate.
Established in 1990 by Keith Rothwell, on what had been a mushroom growing farm, Beechdale is in an attractive rural setting; it has a reputation for offering an extensive range of unusual plants a
The walled garden was built by the Colclough Family in the early Nineteenth Century.
These peaceful spiritual gardens of seven acres are beautifully laid out around an attractive Georgian house overlooking the river Barrow.
This two acre garden is in two parts, the original area is now the vegetable gardens but includes some wonderful trees, over the past 20 years, the additional field has been transformed into a larg
Waiting to be explored is Wells House & Gardens, a Great Victorian House and Gardens in the heart of Wexford. Wells House has something for all generations to enjoy and share!
This one acre garden, created over ten years, on the challenging clay Macemore soil, depicts the four seasons and is centred round a beautifully recreated Japanese pavilion.
Johnstown Castle was built by the Esmonde family who came to Co Wexford in 1169. It was then acquired by the Grogan family who developed the castle, grounds, lakes and estate that we have today.
This country farmhouse 2.5 acre garden has borders which blend old favourites and new introductions in an informal atmosphere.
Camolin Potting Shed is one of Ireland's leading Specialist Nurseries well known for their exciting range of perennial plants and the many new varieties that they introduce each year.
A charming family run Garden Centre offering a wide variety of goods and services.
John F. Kennedy Arboretum is dedicated to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th president of the United States of America until his assassination on 22nd November 1963.
Cois na hAbhann is a spectacular destination centre; winner of the Bord Bia Garden, Home and Lifestyle Centre of the year (small) 2009/2010 and 2010/2011.
Beautiful herbaceous perennial garden developed over the last ten years on 1.5 acres and includes large orchard and vegetable area in an informal setting.