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Thirteen cloned specimens recommended by the International Phenology Garden Network were supplied by the central coordinating laboratory in Berlin and planted in spring 2004 in the new phenology garden at Armagh. This is the first such garden in Northern Ireland and one of the earliest in the UK. A further eighteen native species were planted in a separate section of the garden.

A new website is currently under construction at Armagh Observatory by Martin Murphy and John Butler for the Irish Phenology Network.