- ABOUT US -
Knockpatrick garden is almost 100 years old and was started by Tim’s father in the 1920’s. Some of the older trees and shrubs include magnolias, crinodendrons, beech and red horse chestnuts. The maturity of the older trees and shrubs offer wonderful shelter to more tender shrubs and plants.
The owners Tim and Helen O’Brien are passionate gardeners and are always happy to lend advice or ideas for your own garden.
- LOCATION -
Garden on the Wild Atlantic Way.
This county Limerick garden which is almost 100 years old and home to a large collection of plants, trees and shurbs and is open to visitors.
Knockpatrick Gardens are located just a short distance from Foynes in West County Limerick and ideally situated for a day trip from Limerick, Shannon, Ennis and Tipperary or if you are on the Wild Atlantic Way route.
- THE GARDEN -
The gardens are a haven for enthusiasts and contain a variety of colour through the collections of rhododendrons, camellias, azaleas, bamboos, primulas, poppies and many varieties of tree ferns and grasses.
The garden is divided into different levels with pools and water features among the plants. Roses, clematis, perennials, an arboretum and a large collection of hydrangeas offer interest throughout the flowering seasons.
There are many large mature trees including maples, red horse chestnut, palm, oak, monkey puzzle, cedar and magnolia.
Knockpatrick Gardens is included in a list of the 10 Best Things to Do in County Limerick and features in the 100 Best Gardens in Ireland.
- WHEN TO VISIT -
Knockpatrick Gardens are open from April through to October. Individual garden enthusiasts and groups are all welcome but please call in advance of your visit.
We work hard to provide interest in the garden all year round but the garden is at it’s best from May to the end of September.