Oldcastle, Co. Meath
The gardens are a breathtaking spectacle from 17th and 19th century landscape and pleasure gardens.
The central area of approximately six acres includes a lime avenue, extensive lawns and terraces, a magnificent herbaceous border and a physic border. The result of years of restoration can be seen in
this stunning garden comprising a magnificent yew walk, a walled garden, a canal and a parterre. There are plenty of things to see at Loughcrew, both historical and horticultural, so allow plenty of time for your visit.
Take a guided tour, stroll the lake walk around Lough Creeve and visit The Lime Tree café and gift shop.
Phone: 049 854 1356
The 2018 programme features a seminar on GARDENING FOR WILDLIFE on 3 March with experts John Anderson (Windsor Great Park), Niall Hatch (Birdwatch Ireland) and Peter Whyte (Landscape designer and writer). Then there will be two practical workshops at Russborough on PRUNING and on GARDEN DESIGN. In July the second GARDEN SHOW will be held at Russborough.
RHSI members have priority booking privileges but many events are also open to other interested gardeners.
Saturday 03 March, 2018
Saturday 14 April, 2018
Saturday 24 March, 2018