Rowallane Garden, National Trust, Northern Ireland
Rowallane Gardens set in 50 acres were created in the mid 19th century by the Rev John Moore but were further developed by Hugh Moore, a famous plantsman in the early 1900s.
Rowallane Gardens are well known for its large collection of rhododendrons there is much else to see including wildflower meadows, snowdrops, an interesting rock garden and a walled garden with many rare plants including the National Collection of Penstemon.
In the Autumn the Garden comes alive with a good display of Autumn tints.
There is a farmland trail to the summit of Trio Hill.
One of the best gardens in Northern Ireland.
Normally open daily throughout the year - see website for details. Refreshments, disabled access.
Free entry for NT Members - see offer.
- Telephone: 028 97510131
- Street: Rowallane Garden, Saintfield
- Postcode: BT24 7LH
- City: Ballynahinch
- County: County Down
- Country: United Kingdom
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