AG attend Garden Show Ireland 2022

AG were delighted to be involved with the Garden Show Ireland 2022 in which showcased our award-winning garden display.


Northern Ireland’s leading gardening event, Garden Show Ireland led by Diarmuid Gavin took place on Friday 29th April – Sunday 1st May at Antrim Castle Gardens.

AG’s Landscape Designers Ronan O’Dowd and Jill Woolsey designed and helped construct AG’s award-winning display garden which featured a bar area, water feature, statement panelling and soft landscaping. Garden Show Judges presented the display garden with the Silver Award for Garden Display at the show after being impressed with the mix of outdoor living and garden design.


Ronan O’Dowd, AG Landscape Designer commented:

We were thrilled to be working with Garden Show Ireland again this year. Jill and I put a lot of hard work into the design of the display garden which was created in early 2022. Bringing this to life was a great experience and something we thoroughly enjoyed, we look forward to events like this in the future.


We would like to thank the various suppliers who provided several soft landscaping products and feature products to complete our award-winning garden display.

Product used included:

Pizza Oven: Mid Ulster Garden Centre, Maghera

Feature Tree: Cameron Landscapes & Garden Centre, Holywood

Wildflower: Evergreen Lawns, Limavady

Shrubs: Blacks Nursery, Armagh

Screen Panels: Screen with Envy, Buckinghamshire

Sedum lawn– Green Roofs Direct, Larne


Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Billy Webb, commented:

“Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council has been hosting Garden Show Ireland since 2014 and we are very excited to, once again, welcome the event back to Antrim Castle Gardens for 2022. Our gardens are of the most unique and historically intact gardens in the UK and throughout Ireland, therefore the perfect space for Northern Ireland’s premier horticultural event.”


Thank you to Garden Show Ireland and all visitors for a terrific experience, we look forward to working at the show again in the future.