Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens Autumn 2018

Our 2018 so far, and what's happening ...

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All three Labyrinth Gardens have flourished this year. The several weeks of dry hot weather followed by soft shower days seem to have been liked by the gardens.

The new Fire Dance Garden is looking lovely very quickly. There is a fast increase of flowers in the gardens now, accompanied by healthy bee visits and ladybirds.

The next garden, soft fruit labyrinth, has now started with the planting of Bullace Berry trees, and hope this will be developed by next year;s season.


I am now using the Songkick widget to keep you in touch and up to date with what is happening here and nearby. The Open Days as part of the Secret Gardens Of Sligo have been a wonderful success and benefited the local Sathya Sai Donkey Sanctuary.

We are NOT the sort of place that runs workshops and retreats with exotic obscure mystical shamanic names to lure you into parting with €100s to become ultra spiritual from simple instinctive walking among …

October 2018 News

You Can Help Us - Buy A Plant sponsorship

At Carrowcrory we are always looking to fund improvements and maintenance of our Labyrinth Gardens, but we do not want to do this the 'guru' way. We do not want to create some mystical ultra spiritual language and charge up to €200 per person for a day workshop to enchant you, then hand you a signed diploma of enlightenment.  
Our current project is to complete the new Dragon's Tail Labyrinth Garden, a soft fruit labyrinth garden. We are putting about €300 into this, at present. So I have joined Ko-fi, even though I am a tea drinker, and that asks for a wee €5 donation, through our Buy A Plant sponsorship, that can be paid through any currency. 
That includes enjoying a free visit here at Carrowcrory, when you pass by, but message me first to make sure we are here. Plus as a donator you will be updated online with pics, videos, blogs, vlogs, and podcasts about what we have here and what is happening. I aim to update this more often…