Thursday December 12, 2019

Seeds of inspiration

Bloom Festival returns to the Phoenix Park this June bank holiday weekend, with an increasing number of gardens telling stories beyond mere shrubbery

26th May, 2019
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An illustration of the Goal show garden

The Irish Wheelchair Association has commissioned garden designer and author Leonie Cornelius to create a show garden to highlight its work in promoting and supporting accessibility and inclusiveness. The garden features a cedar wood cabin, appearing to be nestled in the wilderness, which aims to create a simple, accessible place of wild beauty for wheelchair users. Overhead, trees form a canopy while the surrounds give a wild meadow at one end and a shady fern...

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