A Ballyboughal gentleman has develop into the very first Irish yard designer to layout a exhibit garden for the Melbourne International Flower & Back garden Show, “the most significant and most prestigious horticultural occasion in the Southern Hemisphere.”

eter Donegan, of Peter Donegan Yard Design and style, Ballyboughal has been picked out to layout a show backyard garden for the 2023 function, located in the Globe Heritage Website of Carlton Gardens and The Royal Exhibition Making, which returns March 29 to April 2 2023.

Rated among the the best 5 flower and yard exhibits in the globe, the Melbourne International Flower & Back garden Show showcases only the very best calibre of garden style and design and landscape architecture talent picked from Australia and globally.

Talking of the 2023 celebration and what’s in retailer, Peter suggests: “We are a compact but stunning structure place of work completing models at the really maximum amount for the last 21 yrs, but it is normally an honour and an additional humbling compliment when invited everywhere.

“MIFGS haven’t allowed us release models just nevertheless, but I can explain to you it is a modern day vision of a appreciate tale and hearts divided through a little island off the coast of Galway to the mainland.

“That the create will take put during my next only at any time St Patrick’s Day absent from dwelling in a specially gorgeous nation that I have hardly ever been to is a further always appealing journey.”

Chloe Quinn, layout assistant, provides: “We are delighted to be doing work together with Victoria-centered Semken Landscaping to realise this display backyard garden.

“Since 1987 Martin and his workforce have been present back garden creating and contracting at the greatest amount and are the most medalled contractor in the demonstrates historical past.”

In 2001 Peter Donegan Yard Design was born and swiftly gained a host of awards for 17th and 18th century gardens designed and show gardens at national competitiveness.

From 2019 – 2022 The RHS silver medalist grew to become the series backyard garden designer for the country’s most viewed TV show and RTÉ television’s “DIY SOS The Big Make Eire.”

Peter was picked to design and realise the Irish WW1 Centenary Peace Backyard garden at Chateau de Peronne in 2018.

He returned and made a next inaugurated garden there in 2022 to commemorate the anniversary of Europe’s most significant war museum housed inside of the castle.