A Bloom with a view

Each of the 20 show gardens at this year’s event comes carrying a message of some kind - but all of them are veritable feasts for the eyes

3rd June, 2018
Andrew Christopher Dunne celebrates his win in the Sustainable Seafood Garden, which he designed for Bord Iascaigh Mhara

The show gardens at Bloom in the Park, Ireland’s biggest horticultural event, are like a catwalk. Designers strut their stuff hoping their gardens will strike a chord with visitors and be the talk of the season. Strong, accomplished designers have ensured the standard of the gardens is high this year with a range of garden styles inspired by a range of topics.

Whatever their size, each of the 20 show gardens is delivering...

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