Plant suppliers, a bookseller, and three wonderful shops - Howbert & Mays, Dee Brophy’s Gardenalia and Cath Kidson's C.Atherley


Renowned Dublin-based gardening service and shop providers Howbert & Mays was established by Anthea Howbert & Tig Mays in 2002. Both are trained horticulturists and experienced garden designers. Anthea, originally from Detroit, trained as a Professional Gardener in Longwood Gardens, Pennsylvania, following her degree in History from Ann Arbor, University of Michigan. Tig, from Dublin, qualified in horticulture in the National Botanic Gardens, Dublin, following his degree in Art History from Trinity College, Dublin. Howbert & Mays only stocks nature-based plant care products. Outdoor plants are predominantly Irish-grown, will thrive in the Irish climate and are chosen for what they can offer to gardens and the environment. Many items are certified fair trade or organic. Gardening tools and accessories are well made and designed to last a lifetime. Materials are durable and natural, where possible.


Fresh back from a trip to France, Dee Brophy will be bringing a selection of her wonderful architectural and gardenalia, from pots to decorative pieces, come and find that unique piece your garden is missing.


C.Atherley is a body care brand which expertly captures the magic and soothing fragrance of scented geraniums. Dreamt up by Cath Kidston Padgham MBE, the name Atherley, which once belonged to her maternal grandmother, now comes prefixed with a cheeky C for Cath and is an homage to their love of gardening and flowers. Created in partnership with the founders of British beauty brand Heathcote & Ivory, Geranium No.1 fragrance is the very first in a series.