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Knockpatrick Gardens is one of many Irish gardens open to the public in the Mid-West of Ireland. You might also enjoy Boyces Garden, Terra Nova Garden, Moanwing Garden.
This award winning three acre garden enjoys a spectacular location overlooking the scenic Shannon Estuary.
Knockpatrick Gardens are located just a short distance from Foynes in West County Limerick and ideally situated for a day trip from Limerick, Shannon, Ennis and Tipperary or if you are on the Wild Atlantic Way route.
The garden is owned by Tim and Helen O'Brien who are passionate about plants! Come and visit and get some interesting garden ideas for your own garden.
Knockpatrick garden is almost 100 years old and was started by Tim's father in the 1920's. Some of the older trees and shrubs include magnolias, crinodendrons, beech and red horse chestnuts. The maturity of the older trees and shrubs offer wonderful shelter to more tender shrubs and plants.
The gardens are a haven for enthusiasts and contain a variety of colour through the collections of rhododendrons, camellias, azaleas, bamboos, primulas, poppies and many varieties of tree ferns and grasses.
The garden is divided into different levels with pools and water features among the plants. Roses, clematis, perennials, an arboretum and a large collection of hydrangeas offer interest throughout the flowering seasons.
There are many large mature trees including maples, red horse chestnut, palm, oak, monkey puzzle, cedar and magnolia.
Knockpatrick Gardens is included in a list of the 10 Best Things to Do in County Limerick and features in the 100 Best Gardens in Ireland.
We have an electric car charger for anyone wishing to charge their car while visiting.
A Joy at every turn
Wish we had more time. We will be back soon
Michael White, Mount Congreve Garden
Most certainly one of the most beautiful gardens we have ever seen, well done.
Ros and Ian Bodworth, Hamgate, Yorkshire
Relaxing, Good for the soul.
Lovely garden, I loved the beautiful views and the moongate.
A heart felt welcome that both myself and my wife rarely experienced. We were made so much at home by the owners. An experience that we will treasure forever.
If it is inspiration and solace you are looking for you will find it in this paradise of fusion gardens, a paradise that all of us at some stage in our lives seek but very few of us ever find.
Well worth a visit
This is a lovely garden to visit. We were the only visitors when we went, but we were so well looked after by the owner.
Some lovely plants to look at in a lovely, beautifully set out garden. The views over the Shannon estuary were stunning.
The avenue welcomes people as they drive in. The drive is lined with azaleas, rhododendrons, camilias, echiums, bananas, zenobia and much more.
The primula path is full of colour from the candelabra primulas, hostas, echiums, bamboos, skunk cabbage and more.
Every year we try and take on a new project. This water feature of two children holding an umbrealla in the rain surrounded by pink roses was one such project.
|We love to see our visitors taking time out from their busy lives to just sit and enjoy the beauty of nature.|
|Last year we experimented with creating a wild flower garden. We cleared a disused area of the garden and planted some wild flower seeds. The result was magical. We were rewarded with a mass of colour which kept us entertained for months.|
|The fast growing banana plant is enjoying the heat wave in June.|