About the Irish Garden Plant Society

The Irish Garden Plant Society is a conservation group for the preservation of garden plants, particularly those associated with Ireland.

Formed in 1981, our society has taken the lead in researching, finding and propagating rare and threatened Irish plants to ensure their survival.

Our regular Events are split into three groups, representing different geographic regions: Leinster; Munster; Northern.

Find out more about the history and aims of the Society on the About Us Page »

AGM 2012 Visit to Hillsborough Castle Gardens

Visit to the Society’s Garden at Lismacloskey Rectory

Ballinatray Gardens near Youghal, July 2011

Neil Porteous talks to group

Plant Collection 3

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