A large and charming old-fashioned hillside garden, Warble Bank has been under continuous cultivation for over 100 years. It has, as its backdrop, a variety of ornamental trees, shrubs and roses which shelter herbaceous borders displaying many rare and unusual species and cultivars. Vegetables may be found growing among the borders in true cottage garden style.


This wonderful backyard/nursery is an eclectic mixture of flowers, fruits and vegetables. One very unique feature is a huge old climbing rose that has been trained to go up through the branches of an apple tree. A great idea for those who live in more moderate climates where the canes of the rose can be expected to make it through the winter without cover. Note the humongous slug in the picture just above the Dublin Garden Group button.

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