This award winning garden, one acre in size, overlooks the River Shannon.
Designed for year round colour, it is divided into a number of intimate garden rooms inter-linked by curved paths.
There is a large collection of New Zealand, Australian and South African plants such as Sophora, Bottlebrush, Clianthus, Astelia, Corkoria, Watsonia, Bashorneria and Cannas. It contains rockeries, herbaceous borders, sunken garden, water garden and fountain, rose garden, vegetable garden, glasshouse and conservatory.
The garden will stimulate interest and offer inspiration to the keen plants person or novice gardener. A small conference centre is available for lectures on gardening and painting. Phil is also the Gardening Correspondent with the Limerick Leader Newspaper and, along with her husband Dick, has published a book Irish Gardening for All Seasons.