"Hothouse in Botanic gardens. Sensitive plants." (U5.35)

From a Dublin guidebook (1902): "The Botanic Gardens (Glasnevin), which cover about 50 acres, are beautiful and well planted, with Trees, Shrubs, and Plants of all kinds; there are fine herbaceous borders, rockeries filled with ferns, and an Avenue of old Yews known as Addison's; the River contains many rare varieties of Water Lilies, and there are beds containing the principal species of plants, grouped in families for the convenience of Botanical Students, for whom there are also Lecture and Work Rooms.