Irish Wild Flowers – STOP PRESS

 Irish Wild Flowers in The Feothanach valley at the foot of Mount Brandon



Irish wild flowers

Irish Wild Flowers on the banks of The Feothanach River at the foot of Mount Brandon

     Irish Wild Flowers are in their splendour this year.

 I’m just back from walking the dog and if you have

a spare week, a day or two, or even a few hours,get yourself to Baile Na nGall right now;

the Irish wild flowers are at their abundant best and not to be missed.

Hedgerows lining lanes, fields and rivers are currently festooned with fuchsia,

knapweed, bird’s foot trefoil, purple loosestrife, honeysuckle, meadowsweet and countless other species,

all holding their own amidst the glorious, flaming clouds of montbretia.

So get your act together and don’t waste another minute;

fly, drive, hitch or run to Corca Dhuibhne before you miss the show!


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Montebresia in a blaze of colour in our garden on the glorious Dingle Peninsula



Enjoy our Irish Wild Flowers everywhere,

Walking  The Dingle Way,

Driving  The  Slea Head Drive on The Wild Atlantic way

Hiking  Mount Brandon

or just sitting in our garden.









Wild Iris on The Dingle Peninsula

Wild Iris some the Irish Wild Flowers  growing in Gorman’s Clifftop House Garden, on Smerwick Harbour, on The Wild Atlantic Way



Visit for more information on The Dingle Peninsula

                                           Museum Chorca Dhuibhne stock the wonderful book                                               ‘Flora Corca Dhuibhne’ by Máirín Ní Chonchúir,

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 Bígí Linn agus Fáilte