Gardens for the future

Just when we thought we had our heads around what the 21st century garden should look like, along comes the International Garden Festival (IGF).

14th July, 2007

Just when we thought we had our heads around what the 21st century garden should look like, along comes the International Garden Festival (IGF).

With fifteen cutting edge concepts quite unlike any gardens seen in Ireland before.

Located off the M7 in the picturesque landscape surrounding Emo Court, James Gandon’s 1790 neoclassical mansion in Co Laois, the festival differs from the kind of garden show we are used to in three respects.

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