Things to do in Dublin - National Garden Exhibition Centre

Things to do in Dublin - National Garden Exhibition Centre
Address : Kilquade
Co. Wicklow
Phone :(+353 1) 2819890
Website : http://www.gardenexhibition.ie/

Set in Wicklow, the National Garden Exhibition Centre with its vast selection of plants and horticulture products is enough to satisfy all those who have interest in gardening. Take workshops, see demonstrations or just sit back and relax in the new pavilion and enjoy a cup of coffee with the exotic and fairyland view of the garden. The availability of a plants gift shop is sure to catch your eye. The Garden Exhibition Centre with its expert gardeners can in no time make you an expert from an amateur.

Looking for things to do in Dublin and are green fingered, then visit The National Garden Exhibition Centre 

Located in Wicklow,just 40 minutes outside Dublin, Tim Wallis is the garden expert at the center, who'll help you in all the problems you encounter while gardening. Under the expert guidance of Tim, in no time you can be an expert gardener too. The day begins with a talk with Tim, who later answers questions if any one has any thing to enquire about gardening. Further more, demonstrations and a workshop is included in the programme. Later on a guided tour of the exotic garden ends the day.

The availability of the gift and plant shop is a delight to all the visitors. Plants demonstrated in the workshop can be bought from the Garden Centre which is known as having one of the largest stocks of ornamental trees in Ireland.

General pruning, lawn mowing, weed problem, composting and mulching and returning the goodness to the soil are some of the few topics that help to make you from an amateur gardener to an expert one.

Set in 19 gardens, either side of the Harlequin walk is a vast selection of ideas for anyone interested in gardens, planning a new garden or thinking of revamping an existing one. Unusual trees, shrubs and plants marry together with more common varieties in an endless display of year round colours. Water, stone, wood, pergolas and sculptures all play their part in creating interesting layout concepts that can be adapted with a small or large garden alike.

A magnificent timbered pavilion has been designed to accommodate both a shop and a spacious tea house, serving delicious lunches and fine afternoon teas. Take time to browse in the shop, where you will find gifts to suit all ages and tastes. A wide range of horticultural products is included to meet your garden needs.

The new pavilion, with its impressive turrets stands between the National Garden Centre which has one of the largest stocks of ornamental trees and shrubs in Ireland. Visit the new light and shade garden or enjoy the guided tours and lectures. Guided walks of the gardens are a regular feature and can be booked in advance.

Lectures and demonstrations form part of the Calendar of Events throughout the year.

Opening Hours:
Mon. - Sat. 10.00 - 6.00pm
Sun. 1pm-6pm



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