Friday August 14, 2020

Enter the labyrinth in Mountshannon

At the end of a summer of visiting gardens, the palate can be a little jaded.

27th August, 2005

At the end of a summer of visiting gardens, the palate can be a little jaded. I have seen enough herbaceous borders to last me until next spring.

What I have in mind is a visit to a place best described as Ireland's most inspired use of green space, Aistear Iniscealtra in Mountshannon, Co Clare.

In 2003 I went to Mountshannon to see an art exhibition of works on loan from the collection of the...

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