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Daily Archives: August 25, 2016

Pelargonium hortorum ‘Frank Headley’

Pelargonium - Frank Headley

Pelargonium hortorum ‘Frank Headley’ or called Geranium ‘Frank Hardley’ another member of the Geraniaceae family of plants can be planted in the sun or partial shade in a moist, fertile well-drained soil. It grows to about 30cm and is evergreen. Remove spent flowers and propagate from cuttings. Pelargonium ‘Frank Headley’ at St Stephens Green in Dublin Ireland Pelargonium ‘Frank Headley’

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St. Patrick’s Park


Right next to St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland there is a beautiful park. It is said the St. Patrick used to baptize the first Irish Christians here. He used the water from an underground river called Poddle. St. Patrick’s Park was developed by Lord Iveagh according to a design layout by Arthur Dudgeon C.E. in 1897 and completed in 1904. At the time of this visit, there was a ...

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Powerscourt Gardens, Dublin, Ireland

Powerscourt Gardens

Just 20 minutes outside Dublin is a gem of a garden that should not be missed, Powerscourt Gardens which is part of the Powerscourt Estate in County Wicklow. The garden has been designed over a long time ago when the house was remodeled in the 1700s the garden was also remodeled and you can see formal tree plantation to the north whereas on the south side you will find terraces ...

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