Blarney Castle News
April has been an absolute joy here in the gardens. The colours throughout the borders are exceptional this year. The relatively settled and warmer weather has meant an extended flowering time for our cherries, magnolias, camellias, and early rhododendrons........
March has been another busy month in the gardens and I’m enjoying viewing the stunning colours around every corner. With displays from the Rhododendrons, Magnolias, Camellias and Cherries, as well as an array of bulb varieties, it is certainly a feast for the eyes.....
Spring is definitely in the air! The bulbs around the estate are creating some great displays at the moment and there are little splashes of colour around every corner.....
January has flown by in the usual style, and as we move into February we start to see the signs of Spring. You can almost feel the anticipation in the air as plants start to wake up and the bulbs begin to emerge. New life and a fresh start. I love this time of year!
Well, I can’t say I’m unhappy to see the end of 2020. To say it’s been a challenging year would be an understatement. I’m going to focus on the positive though and say the good thing about covid was that it brought a large number of locals into the gardens......
I honestly cannot figure out what happened to November. I suppose we have been so busy wishing away the time that it has finally happened.....
- An Exceptional April
- Magnificent Magnolias in March
- February Flowers
- New Year - New Life
- Goodbye to 2020!
- Nature walks in November
- The arboretums shine in October
- September hints at Autumn
- A hint of Autumn?
- What's under the boardwalk?