About the Garden

Warblebank is a secluded hillside Wicklow country garden,situated on the outskirts of Newtownmountkennedy,Co.Wicklow.Warblebank has been in continuous cultivation by many generations of gardeners but by the present owners since 1900

The house sits amid two distinct areas.

The east facing back garden is dominated by Bramley apple trees and Leptospermums. Rose pergolas of 'Pauls Himalayan Musk', 'Rambling Rector' and 'Saunder's White Climber' form a back drop to the well stocked herbaceous perennial borders with many interesting and some unusual varieties; aconitums, dephiniums, phlox, campanulas, salvias, border geraniums, iberis and penstemons to name a few

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In contrast the front garden, sloping lawns with a view to the Wicklow hills is sheltered by mature woodland and flowering shrubs creates a quiet haven for wild life. Some of the trees and shrubs are Rhodendron, Podacarpus salignus, Nothafagus 'Dombeii', Cornus contraversus and Osmanthus

Admission

Admission Euro8 Tea/coffee included

Groups by appointment

June/July 2017

Open daily; Visitors welcome most days... Please phone or email ahead

June/July 2017

Open every Saturday and Sunday 2pm-6pm

Plants

Some unusual perennials growing in the garden can be purchased in situ

Aconitum

Astrantia

  • blue border in july
  • climbing roses rambling rectorand paul,s himalayan musk
  • double borders in july
  • double borders
  • mixed border in july
  • mixed roses in cluding cardinal richelieu
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  • under the apple trees
blue border in july1 climbing roses rambling rectorand paul,s himalayan musk2 double borders in july3 double borders4 mixed border in july5 mixed roses in cluding cardinal richelieu6 mixed roses7 under the apple trees8
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