Tag Archives: the Burren

Bloody crane’s-bill

Bloody crane’s-bill in full bloom throughout the Burren landscape. This highly attractive wild geranium is considered to be of Mediterranean distribution outside of Ireland and Britain. ¬†Flowering throughout the Summer months, this spectacular plant is one of the many famed wild plants of the Burren, Co Clare.

Burnet Rose

Immerse yourself in the beautiful scent of wild Burnet rose in full bloom throughout the Burren at present. This delicate wild Irish rose is a delight to the senses. Sometimes flushed with baby pink, even full pink variations can be found.

Early Purple Orchid

Early Purple orchid (pale pink variety), the first of many beautiful wild orchids to bloom in the Burren, catch it now before it disappears until next year!.

Wood Anemone

Delightful woodland flowers adorned the ground beneath the hazel woodlands of the Burren, Co Clare during Spring time.


Colt’s Foot

Lesser Celandine

Lesser Celandine in full bloom in the Burren, bringing much needed little bursts of sunshine to our lives, reminding us that Spring is here and of all the many beautiful blooms to come…

Blackthorn, Sloe

Beautiful bonsai blackthorn in bloom in the Burren, Co Clare, announcing the arrival of Spring after a long winter

Dense Flowered Orchid

The dense flowered orchid is a small pale orchid with stems of 12-25cm high, few light green leaves, tiny (3-4mm) creamy white flowers with greenish- pink hues forming a dense cylindrical spike,.




Shrubby Cinquefoil