Patthana Gardens have been described by experts as one of the best small gardens in the country. Patthana is a small village garden set on many levels consisting of a lower courtyard area with a wildlife pond and upper garden consisting of mixed borders with many unusual plants.
Join Fionnuala Fallon, Irish Times gardening correspondent, as she talks about the changing world of Irish gardens.
If you are passionate about growing plants you cannot miss this wonderful tour where visitors will be amazed by the flamboyant perennials and striking foliage which create an opulent display of summer colour.
Fionnuala Fallon is a National Botanic Gardens-trained horticulturist, author and Irish Times gardening columnist as well as a regular contributor to various gardening magazines including The Irish Garden. Together with her photographer husband Richard Johnston, she also runs a small, sustainably-managed cut-flower farm, ‘The Irish Flower Farmer’ in a Victorian walled garden in west Wicklow, which they established in 2015.
Venue: Patthana Gardens, Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow, W91 X789
Time: 5.30 p.m.
Admission: €5 Pre-booking advised but not essential.
Contact: 086-194 4547