THE IRISH NATIONAL MEMORIAL GARDENS AT ISLANDBRIDGE
The sunken rose gardens at Islandbridge are a beautiful and tranquil spot in the Irish National War Memorial Gardens. They are located to the north of the gardens, and they are divided into two sections by a pergola.
The sunken rose gardens are home to a variety of roses, including hybrid teas, floribundas, and grandifloras. The roses are planted in beds that are surrounded by low walls, and they are arranged in a variety of patterns. The gardens are also home to a number of other flowers, including lavender, clematis, and hydrangeas.
The sunken rose gardens are a popular spot for visitors and locals alike. They are a peaceful and tranquil place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the flowers. The gardens are also a popular spot for weddings and photography.
Here are some additional information about the sunken rose gardens:
The gardens were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the same architect who designed the rest of the Irish National War Memorial Gardens.
The gardens were planted in 1939, and they were officially opened in 1940.
The gardens are open to the public free of charge.
The gardens are open from 8am to 6pm, from April to September, and from 9am to 5pm, from October to March.
If you are visiting the Irish National War Memorial Gardens, be sure to take some time to enjoy the sunken rose gardens. They are a beautiful and tranquil spot that is sure to please.