Caher Bridge Garden, Ballyvaughan

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
5/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Situated in the heart of the Burren in the beautiful Caher Valley, this award winning one acre plantsman's garden was begun from scratch in 1999. Using many native plants and creative stonework, it has been specifically designed and created by the owner to sensitively blend into the surrounding landscape. It has been featured in "The Irish Garden" magazine (May 2010) and "The Irish Times" Magazine (May 2011). It is also included in the book - "The 100 Best Gardens In Ireland" (2011)

The garden is comprised of several "rooms" and includes interesting design elements, several water features, and a large collection of unusual plants.

There are noteable collections of Hosta, Crocosmia, Galanthus, Hemerocallis, Narcissus, Ferns, and Helleborus.
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  • Whether it is the genetics of snowdrops or photography or how to attract bats or how to keep out feral goats, Carl is a font of knowledge. The garden is real oasis and you just have to look at the wil...  read more »
  • We found the garden by chance when we were walking the Caher Valley loop and went back the next day to join Carl,s tour of the garden. What a wonderful experience an explosion of colour and exciting m...  read more »
  • Surrounded and underlaid by limestone burren landscape and bound on one side by the pristine Caher river, Carl has forged an amazing relationship with the land in this beautiful garden. Its a sensual ...  read more »
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