Zulily is selling its sun garden design to Dublin city council to celebrate its 100th birthday.

It has the best views of Dublin, as well as being a popular spot for weddings, picnics and other events.

The designer’s founder, Barone Gardener, said the garden design had been designed by the late Robert Parker, who lived and died in the area.

Zulilly is selling the sun garden to the Dublin City Council for the first time, as part of a 100-year anniversary celebration.

“It’s a great opportunity for Dubliners to enjoy some beautiful sun gardens,” he said.

“I hope the city council will be delighted to have it in the city.”

It will be a great symbol of our city.

It will be very important to the city’s identity, and the garden is just the start of the design.

“And it will be an excellent location for a small garden with a great view.” “

The garden will have the perfect location for weddings and events,” he added.

“And it will be an excellent location for a small garden with a great view.”

Mr Gardener said he had not been in contact with Dublin city officials but that he had heard from them that they would be interested in it.

The council’s planning committee has approved the project, but it is not yet finalised.