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Scottish Garden of the Season: New Hopetoun Gardens

October 31st 2016

        The best gardens are worth visiting all year round and the same could be said for garden centres!  New Hopetoun Gardens is so much more than just a garden centre with 20 small themed gardens to inspire and entertain you whatever month you visit. November is no exception at New Hopetoun […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season: Logie Steading

September 30th 2016

                   Late summer and autumn are a glorious time of year …. mists and mellow fruitfulness, and the low sun casting a pinky glow across the garden at Logie. The (partly) walled garden has evolved over the centuries, the changes being guided by the incumbents in Logie […]

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Scottish garden of the season: Cambo

August 31st 2016

Visiting Cambo in Late Summer Cambo House and Gardens has been home to the Erskine family since 1688 and offers visitors a wide variety of experiences. Discover the extensive plant collections surrounding the House and in the Walled Garden, explore the woodland walks along the Cambo burn and enjoy the sandy beach at the edge […]

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Scottish garden of the season: Portmore

July 31st 2016

                                                        August finds Portmore’s garden at its peak. The walled garden is divided into rooms formed by yew hedges and a pleached lime allee.   These consist of carefully […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season: Carolside

July 1st 2016

    Carolside is an 18th-century mansion set in beautiful parkland, in a valley in the Scottish Borders. Its setting is romantic; framed by steep wooded hills with the River Leader running through. There has been a settlement here since at least the 13thC and Carolside garden has been cultivated for over two hundred years. […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season: Lip Na Cloiche

May 31st 2016

LIP NA CLOICHE GARDEN & NURSERY    The garden is situated on a steep hillside on the NW coast of the Isle of Mull, with stunning views over to the Isle of Ulva, the Treshnish Islands and Ben More. The path crosses a burn, lushly planted with moisture-lovers such as rogersia, sanguisorba and astilboides tabularis, […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season: Holmes Farm

April 30th 2016

           Holmes Farm is a working family farm situated in the heart of Ayrshire. The house itself is part of the infamous smugglers trail of Ayrshire, with the single small westward facing window high on the gable end of the farm the signal zone for safe passage of untold endeavours. The garden on the […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season: Stonefield Castle Hotel

March 31st 2016

           Stonefield Castle April is a fine month to visit Stonefield Castle’s woodland gardens – a fantastic example of a striking and colourful Scottish Garden. The crisp mornings give way to the milder dewy days of spring. Splashes of creamy yellow Rhododendron falconeri and magenta R. hodgsoni i begin to emerge against the […]

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Pitmuies Gardens

February 27th 2016

            Pitmuies has been in the hands of a number of owners over the centuries all of whom have contributed in their own way to make the garden what it is today. The garden walls date back to 1780 and create a micro climate of peace and tranquillity with its unique feature being […]

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Scottish Garden of the Season: Drummond Castle

September 28th 2015

Autumn is a wonderful season for Scottish Gardens and none are more spectacular than Drummond Castle gardens set in glorious Perthshire countryside near Crieff. There has been a garden here since 1490 when the first Lord Drummond built a stout keep on a rocky outcrop and began cultivating the small valley that lay immediately south. […]

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