Thursday, April 26, 2012

National Botanic Gardens (Dublin)

National Botanic Gardens (Dublin)

These colourful gardens cover a total area of 19.5 hectares, part of which is the natural flood plain of the river Tolka. The gardens contain a large plant collection which includes approximately 20,000 species and cultivars. There are four ranges of glasshouses including the recently restored Curvilinear Range. Notable features include herbaceous displays, rose garden, rockery, vegetable garden, arboretum, extensive shrub borders and wall plants. Gardens are accessible for people with disabilities but there are some steep gradients.

The new Education & Visitor Centre, due to open in September 2000, is fully accessible for people with disabilities.

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