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Garden of the Season

Scottish Garden of the Season – Rossie House

August 4th 2017

The trees at Rossie dominate the garden. Many were planted over three hundred years ago and one particularly fine oak was reputedly planted by Charles II. The gardens have been nurtured over the years and now hold many unusual trees and shrubs. The ground is packed  with  bulbs from snowdrops and winter aconites through to […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season – Wemyss Castle

June 29th 2017

If you are looking for a highly tonsured garden with neat labels everywhere and marigolds to match, then I am afraid you may be disappointed with our garden, if however you are happy to wander through a semi organised muddle of romantic heaven then we are the gardens for you!         When I took on the […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season – Bradystone

June 2nd 2017

Bradystone is a unique cottage garden developed over the last 22 years within a derelict farm steading. The garden and the surrounding small woodland have gradually been enhanced and expanded to create a feeling of tranquility and charm.                                   […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season – Cringletie

May 1st 2017

The Grounds and Gardens at Cringletie House From the minute you cross the old railway bridge and wind your way up the drive you will begin to appreciate the 28 acres of the Cringletie estate. The woodlands shimmer in white when the snowdrops abound and the manicured lawns glisten with dew as the millions of daffodils rise in the […]

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