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Ali Rochford If you need inspiration for spring, visit ancient Malahide Castle, where the season is truly in bloom

Although the Talbot family’s association with Malahide Castle goes back 800 years, only two family members were closely involved with the gardens.

Lady Isobel, who lived in the castle at the turn of the 20th century, was very fond of gardening. It was said of her that while she wouldn’t spend ten minutes buying a hat, she would spend hours in the garden. This was possibly meant as a criticism, but is a character trait...

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