Mount Congreve Gardens: an Irish Treasure, by Paddy Tobin

A talk organised by the North East Group.  Mount Congreve Gardens, created by the late Ambrose Congreve, are west of Waterford in south-east Ireland.  The 70-acre woodland garden has a collection of magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias that is of international importance, and much more.  

Join Paddy Tobin for a tour of the Gardens through the seasons. 

Plant Heritage members book here

Non members ticket purchase

Event Start Date 10 April 2021 2.30pm
Event End Date 10 April 2021 4.00pm
Cost £5, free to Plant Heritage members
Event Location

Event Contact Roz Cooper
Contact r.cooper738@btinternet.com or comms@plantheritage.org.uk

Conserving the diversity of garden plants

eg: plant genus, common name, county, collection holder name.