Everywhere I go I try and spend some time in the local botanical garden along with any and all art galleries.
Dublin managed to combine two of my favourite things, a botanical garden which was also an art gallery, with many plant-themed sculptures or creative interpretations of what it means to be in a garden.
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I missed this one in Dublin!!
It’s huge, it’s beautiful and it’s free! Even better, Dublin’s oldest cemetery is right next door. My next door neighbour lived in Dublin for awhile and she recommended the cemetery tour, especially if you wanted to know about the history of the people and the city – you’ll be back to Dublin I’m sure….
yes! maybe this summer again! will check that out!
Love this unusual place. Thanks for bringing me back.
It rates pretty high as one of the best botanical gardens in the world – and it’s free!
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to you!
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I want to make something for my yard because of inspiration from photo 2
I was thinking of that too-the flotsam and jetsam quality works really well if you are anywhere near an ocean…
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