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Dublin Gardens - Hunting Brook

A secluded botanical paradise – home to Jimi Blake, one of Ireland’s most renowned plants men. A dynamic and innovative garden set in 20 acres, creates a fusion of prairie, tropical, woodland valley gardens with an eclectic collection of plants, many from his plant hunting expeditions are both sensitively and imaginatively composed.

The garden offers something for everyone from lazy woodland walks through the ancient glacial valley and through the remains of a 7th century ring fort where an extensive range of woodland plants are grown – The garden is experimental, exciting and constantly changing. The garden has featured in many magazines, including: The English Garden, Gardens Illustrated, Gardeners World Magazine and Country Life.

 

Lamb Hill, Tinode, Blessington, Co. Wicklow
Tel/Fax: +353 87 285 6601
E-mail: jimi@huntingbrook.com
Web: www.huntingbrook.com

      

Situated:
GPS: N53-13.206 W006-29.269 el 291m
Between Brittas and Blessington. Turn right off N81.

Open:
April – September
Groups: (Minimum 5), any time by appointment

Starting April 17 2013 , if you are unable to visit on any of the specified open days, we would be delighted to welcome you from Wednesday to Sunday from 11.00am to 5.30pm, please call or text in advance to ensure the gate is open!

Open days with tea room and special events on the following Sundays, 11.00am to 5.30pm

May 12th
June 9th
July 28th
August 25th
September 15th
See www.huntingbrook.com for more details

Admission:
Open Days €6.00
Groups €10.00 including Guided Tour of the garden plus Tea/Coffee & Cake
Lunches available for Groups (by appointment)

Facilities:Garden tours, Plants for Sale

Best time to Visit:
May to September.

Contact:
Jimi Blake

Source: Dublin Garden Group - Hunting Brook