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Garden tours for those with limited walking ability?

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A question geared to the senior traveller:
Are there any gardens to see for someone with limited walking capability due to a painful knee. Does any garden offer options for seniors who want to see the gardens but have trouble walking any great length?

The information is for an over-75 year old couple who will have a driver, so they don't need tour information. They are open to going anywhere in Ireland, but thought the southern area may be a good place to start.

I tried searching the Forum, but couldn't find anything. Hope someone can help!
Many thanks.

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