The Meadows Garden in Myshall is definitely one of the Irish gardens to visit. It is positioned in a small estate in Myshall village with views extending to the Wicklow Mountains, the Carlow Ridge and Mount Leinster. Meadows Garden in Myshall the plot at No. 7 is about a third of an acre and slopes steeply into the hillside with the back shaded by sycamores.In front of The Meadows Garden in Myshall’s house, there are plantings of pampas
grass, miscanthus, dwarf and prostrate conifers, orange fennel, watsonia, kniphofia, fox gloves, heathers and catmint. The back garden is planted with an informal hedge of shrub roses and some interesting trees interspersed with mostly herbaceous plants, set into gravel. This Irish gardens to visit has been designed with low maintenance in mind, needing no mechanical tools and only intermittent hard work to keep it in order.
FACILITIES: Carpark, toilet, art gallery, garden studio. Artists welcome.
HOW TO FIND US: Opposite Myshall Garda Station on the Kildavin Road R724.
GPS: 52.6870338, -6.777797
OPEN: Mar-Sept, 12 pm- 5 pm daily with the exception of Thursday.