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Garden of the Season: Kelburn Castle and Estate

September 13th 2019

Home to Glasgow’s Earls and Countesses, Kelburn Castle and Estate boasts a versatile garden which features an unconventional yet inspiring mix of past and present horticulture. Throughout its rich history, the Castle and its gardens have evolved in line with the personal tastes of its occupiers, including the 1st Earl of Glasgow in 1700 who […]

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Garden of the Season – Archerfield Walled Garden

June 24th 2019

Archerfield Estates, Dirleton, East Lothian, EH39 5HQ Archerfield Walled Garden has been regenerating over the past three and a half years under the direction of head gardener, Erica Randall. The walled garden, built in the late 1780’s, would have originally supplied all produce to Archerfield House to feed both the owners and their staff. The […]

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Garden of the Season – Teasses Gardens

May 23rd 2019

Teasses Gardens Teasses Estate, by Ceres, Fife KY8 5PG Teasses Gardens have been developed since the year 2000 on the historic Teasses Estate by the present owners. The sixty-acre gardens share a fascinating story of restoration with the entire estate and can be branded as Scotland’s own “lost gardens” located in the heart of Fife. […]

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Garden of the Season – Willowhill Garden

April 1st 2019

Willowhill Garden opens in the spring in a blaze of colour:Euphorbias (in particular palustris, polychroma and fireglow) and emerging foliage of shrubs and herbaceous perennials provide a lively back drop to daffodils and a range of tulips creating a dramatic and sometimes shocking display of colour. The use of different colour combinations in different parts […]

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Garden of the Season – New Hopetoun Gardens

January 30th 2019

New Hopetoun Gardens By Newton Village, Winchburgh, West Lothian, EH52 6QZ New Hopetoun Gardens is unique; it is one of the few garden centres in Scotland that has gardens surrounding the plant sales area. An ideal day out on a dry winter’s day, visitors can take a stroll in the woodland garden and browse the […]

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Dunvegan Castle & Armadale Castle Inner Hebrides

November 22nd 2018

“What draws these islands together is the proximity of the sea – not just its climatic influence, which makes the summers cool, the winters mild and the climate wet, but also the fact that, historically, it was the seas around the islands that were the main thoroughfares and first line of defence. Island history is […]

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Garden of the Season – Castle Fraser, NTS

November 1st 2018

Castle Fraser, National Trust for Scotland From its rhododendron garden to its groves of centuries-old trees, Castle Fraser Garden & Estate is one of Scotland’s enchanting gems. About 15 miles west of Aberdeen, the grounds boast one of Scotland’s largest tower houses – but the history of the gardens is just as intricate. As it […]

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Garden of the Season – Dunninald Gardens

May 11th 2018

Bluebells and Blossoms “In the best of all possible worlds, this garden would be a little smaller”, Mary Stansfeld says with a wry smile. Maintaining it, with fewer gardeners than perhaps it once had, is like painting the Forth Bridge; hard to get around in the year, and some parts more den than garden. Visitors […]

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Garden of the Season – Cluny

March 30th 2018

CLUNY IN APRIL Although Cluny is a garden for all seasons, April has to be one of the most exciting months when plants are literally bursting out of the ground and flowers of many varieties begin to make an appearance. Throughout much of the month bulbs and tubers are the dominant ground cover particularly Erythronium […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season – Inverewe

March 1st 2018

Main image: Adrian Hollister WHATEVER THE SEASON, A VISIT TO AWARD WINNING NTS INVEREWE GARDEN IN THE NORTHWEST HIGHLANDS WILL ALWAYS PROVE WORTHWHILE!  Why visit? National Trust for Scotland’s award winning Inverewe Garden has benefitted in the growth and international interest in Scotland, and particularly, the North Coast 500. Recognised by The Association of Scottish […]

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