The City Ring road extends to some 7 Km from Castlecomer rd. to the callan rd. with extensive attractive planting and some 10 roundabouts all with individual plantingdesigns.
The attractive for the 6 spot Burnet moth Zygaena filipendulae
Click here for short video of moth
Castlecomer roundabout with sustainable planting, the adjacent road banks have many wild flowers.
Rare orchids are being protected and we are working to improve their habitat.
this flower is particularly attractive for the 6 spot Burnet moth Zygaena filipendulae
Hebron motorway access roundabout with sustainable perennial planting
New Orchard roundabout with colorful flowers and evergreen planting.
Ring road with edge only trimmed with further zone of grassland and native species trees
Colorful wild flower edges to the road.
Posted in Biodiversity, Cityscape, Kilkenny City, Landscape, Sustainability, Wildlife |
Tagged 6 spot Burnet moth, callan, Callan road, Castlecomer, planting, ring road, roundabout, Zygaena filipendulae
The An Taisce national Spring clean litter pick along with the Council staff volunteers takes place next Monday evening at 7pm in Hotel Kilkenny car park. KKB are supporting the effort so all help is appreciated. For further information email us firstname.lastname@example.org or 0862514041.
Posted in Anti litter, Clean Ups, Education, Kilkenny City, News |
Tagged 2013, an Taisce, Callan road, clean, clean up, National, Spring