Butterflies in Kilkenny

The red admiral butterfly is very particular  about the flower it visits! A sunny afternoon in early September on Circular road there are some very popular flowers that get more than their fair share of butterfly attention.

Butterflies enjoying the sun on Circular rd. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

Butterfly at Circular rd. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

Butterfly at Circular rd. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

Butterflies in Circular rd. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

Kilkenny City, Home of the Kilkenny Arts Festival

Colourful butterfly along the River Nore. Copyright Pat & Mary Durkin

Kilkenny city provided a colourful welcome to all our visitors along the canal walk and river Nore.

Dukesmeadows wild flower meadow blooms

Dukesmeadows forms an extensive urban wild flower meadow close to the River Nore and within walking distance of  Kilkenny City Centre. It is a haven for wildlife, insects and plants. it forms an attractive amenity for the residents of the area.

Dukesmeadows 7 Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful

Butterflies are attracted to Lintown

Attractive flower beds  and planting reflect the environmental improvement works being undertaken in Lintown.

Colourful flowers and butterfly at Lintown. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

Kilkenny in Bloom

Wonderful flower displays are to be seen through out Kilkenny City.

High Street. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

High Street and City Hall. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

Rose Garden Kilkenny Castle. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

High Street and City Hall. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

St Kieran street. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

St Kieran street. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

Laneway. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.

Court House Parliament st. Copyright: Keep Kilkenny Beautiful.