We visited Derreen Gardens in late July. Pretty much none of the trees or wildflowers were in bloom although it may have been spectacular four to six weeks ago. The artificially planted forest was both large and diverse with many very old trees and shrubs. It was a pleasant walk and in spite of the season not very crowded so one could enjoy the serenity and overall ambience. I would like to pay tribute to the garden staff who came to my rescue with some long and heavy duty jumper leads when I managed to flatten the battery in my car.
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