August was hot for Ireland this month; the max reaching 30°C. and the garden getting parched So, it was a pleasure to relax inside the Floating Pagoda with little zephyrs cooling those inside. It floats on the water, using twenty four, twenty five litre plastic drums for buoyancy and is anchored, so it doesn’t scoot off to the end of the water garden.
Below are some views out of it.
Looking wards the Copper Pagoda.
Looking towards the Mother-in-law’s tongue sculpture.
Skule Hill, unfortunately hidden behind the bamboo.
A pathway through the West Garden.
Going up this one………
and down the same one.
Hoheria sexstylosa “Stardust” blooming two months late in August.