Beautifully positioned overlooking Dunmanus Bay near Durrus, County Cork, Kilravock Garden features plants from both the northern and southern hemispheres. The garden is featured in Shirley Lanigan's '100 Best Gardens in Ireland'.
Kilravock Garden is a renowned space located overlooking Dunmanus Bay near Durrus, County Cork. The garden is home to a variety of plants from both the northern and southern hemispheres. The east end is a naturally shaded area with acers, rhododendrons, hostas, primulas, tree ferns and terrestrial ferns. The sheltered sunny bank between the fernery and the sorbus grove houses plants from the southern hemisphere. The west end has a Mediterranean garden with palms, bananas, cycas, agaves, yuccas, anthoroea, restios, puyas, cannas and other exotica.
The garden has appeared on American, German and Irish TV. It is also featured in Shirley Lanigan's '100 Best Gardens in Ireland' and has appeared in a number of national and international publications.
Kilravock offers unusual plants for sale.
9th - 14th June. 18th - 26th June 2012
12 noon to 5.30 pm
May - September by appointment.
Groups at any time by appointment.
Adults €6 and Children over 12 years €3
Garden not suitable for children under 12 years.
No dogs are permitted at the garden.