Outside the Maria Edgeworth Centre is a grassy area with path and seating and along the walls you can find the Centre Garden. These pages give you details of the plants in that Garden.
Lamiums, commonly known as deadnettles, superficially resemble stinging nettles to deter herbivores from eating them. However they don’t have any stinging ability at all. Species can be annuals or perennials, with many valued for their mat-forming habit and tolerance of shade. They’re also highly attractive to bees.