Caher Bridge Garden in the Burren was begun in 1999. It started as Carl Wright’s little project to tidy up the front of the house with little gardening knowledge and no interest in garden design. It gradually became an ‘obsession’ which has now extended to nearly two acres and has become home to a vast collection of plants. This talk covers the progress and changes over the past 23 years bringing us up to date with the most recent developments and the expansion of the many notable plant collections.
Carl Wright started coming to County Clare through his interest in caving and pot holing but then stayed and created what is now an award-winning garden. A recent development is his major collection of Irish-bred daffodils.
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