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.
Flattened heads of tubular, white flowers in May, followed (on female plants if there is a male plant nearby) by metallic, turquoise-blue fruit, and distinctively veined, dark green leaves. This compact, evergreen shrub is an attractive groundcover plant for the front of a border in sun or partial shade. Forming a low, dome-like shape, it’s an important visual ‘anchor’ for taller perennials and shrubs.