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Castle Grounds - Part 3

       "The trees forming the Front Avenue are mainly Lime trees with a few Sycamore; they were planted in 1680 from France. In 1933 Mr. Fitzpatrick, of the Forestry Department, included some of these for measurement. Two of them, on the right side, looking down from the castle were found to be 110 feet, the tallest recorded lime and sycamore in Ireland at that time. The fine deodar cedar was probably planted in 1890. About 20 fan palms (chamerops) were planted from 1903 onwards by Manning Robertson, who also planted the pinus insignis, above the horse pond, and the grove of cypresses." Quote from the Guide to Clonegal Castle by Lawrence Durdin-Robertson.




Lime Tree Avenue Leading to Castle
Lime Tree Avenue
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Approaching the Castle
Approaching the Castle
photo © Eriko 2010



Statue of Dionysus & Mt. Leinster in Distance
Statue of Dionysus
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Rose Wall
Rose Wall
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Castle Through Weeping Ash & Old Orchard
Castle through Weeping Ash   Old Orchard

photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Palm Garden 1
Palm Garden1
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Palm Garden 2
Palm Garden 2
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Palm Garden 3
Palm Garden 3
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Palm Garden & Cordylines
Palm Garden & Cordylines
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Cordylines in Bloom
Cordylines in Bloom
photo © O. Robertson (cropped/enhanced by this site)



Castle Sports Field
Sports Field
photo © Ashera



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