Fota Arboretum and Gardens

Fota Island, County Cork

An open gardens located in Fota island, County Cork

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Fota Arboretum contains an extensive collection of trees and shrubs extending over an area of approx. 11 hectares (27 acres). The collection includes many tender plants that could not be grown at inland locations with many examples of exotic plants from the southern hemisphere. The Gardens at Fota were laid out by James Hugh Smith-Barry in the first half of the 19th century.


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Located on Fota Island.

Sat Nav: 51.889816,-8.303651

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