Five Gardens in Kerry – Day 1 – POSTPONED
April 30 : 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Five Gardens in Kerry
Due to the pandemic the ‘Five Gardens in Kerry’ event has been postponed for 2021 and transferred to 2022. A new date will follow when arranged.
Contact Seamus Galvin 087 6104017 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Five Gardens in Kerry – Day 1
The Austen Garden
Set in rural mountain surroundings, This three acre garden is of all year-round interest. Magnolias, rhododendrons, unusual trees, roses, woodland and boardwalk to wild bog.
Cost of entry is €8 to charity.
First planted in the late 19th century by The Earl of Dunraven. Woodland garden with rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, magnolias, tree ferns. It has a good collection of southern hemisphere plants, fruit and vegetable garden, herbaceous borders.
Derrynane National Park
The gardens are a small part of the 120 hectares that make up the National Historic Park. They include a collection of South American trees and shrubs, some of which are endangered in the wild. Plants from New Zealand, South Africa, Canary Islands and Madeira, some of which are tender, thrive in the mild climate.
10.00am The Austen Garden
2.00pm Garinish Island
5.30pm Derrynane National Park
Directions to The Austen Garden: Blackwater, Kenmare, Co Kerry. Postcode/Satnav: V93 H3N8
Directions to Garinish Island: Oysterbed Pier, Sneem, Co Kerry. Postcode/Satnav: V93 D6K5
Directions to Derrynane National park: Postcode/Satnav: V23 FX65
FREE (€8 per person to charity).
Seamus Galvin 087 6104017 or email@example.com for more details.