Gorgeous gardens in Northern Ireland
Whatever season you choose to visit, our gardens always have something to offer. From the first glimpses of snowdrops in early spring, to the heady scent of fragrant roses in summer, take time out to discover a garden near you....
The Ulster Gardens Scheme presents a spectacular array of private gardens which are yours to explore this summer
Meet the volunteers who are helping us restore the Kitchen Garden back to its former 1930s glory thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Learn about the important role that the Kitchen Garden played in the Florence Court story and why we are restoring it back to its former glory.
Visit the beautiful ornamental walled garden which has been restored to its original layout, bursting with colour during the summer months. Alongside the roses and ponds is an native Irish apple orchard and the former home of the Head Gardener.
Take a tour with one of our gardeners
Discover the restored Sunken Garden and other bright blooms around the estate.
Florence Court can offer you and your four-legged friends miles of woods and parkland to explore and a warm welcome from our team.
Read about our work to restore the walled garden at Downhill Demesne and the new secret garden by Bishop's Gate
The Walled Garden in Florence Court, Co. Fermanagh kept the estate in stock of herbs, fruit and vegetables and was an integral part of the working Irish estate. Aided by volunteers, we're working on a project to restore the garden.
Restoring the Walled Garden means that we can save the rose garden and home of one of the oldest grape vines in the UK and Ireland, 'The White Syrian' planted in 1769.