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Flowers and Lambs! Timing Our Trip to Ireland

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Having traveled to Europe several times, I have learned that while I enjoy touring museums, castles, and such, my enjoyment is immeasurably enhanced when the natural beauty of the country is at its peak. I especially enjoy seeing the local flowers in bloom, and I have visions of seeing lambs gamboling about in the fields during a visit to Ireland. I've researched the timing online but haven't found much helpful information. When would we most likely catch the height of blooming season and see the lambs? We can travel any time of year but prefer to go April-May-June or September-October. Are there areas of the country where we are more likely to see these? Thanks in advance for your expertise.

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