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Scottish Snowdrop Festival 2016 begins

The popular Scottish Snowdrop Festival returns to gardens throughout Scotland from 30 January to 13th March 2016, as thousands of beautiful snowdrops appear across various Scottish venues to create stunning displays which hint at the approach of spring. A range of almost 60 gardens across Scotland will showcase their snowdrops in walled gardens, historic castles, […]

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East Lothian Doctor set for a week’s holiday at Attadale Estate in the Highlands

East Lothian Doctor set for a week’s holiday at Attadale Estate in the Highlands  The lucky winner of our recent competition to win a week of Horticultural Heaven at Attadale Estate, is Dr Jennifer Nisbet from Gullane in East Lothian. Congratulations Jennifer! Staying at one of Attadale’s cosy and well-appointed cottages such as the East Bothy, […]

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The Handmade Christmas effect takes hold across Scotland’s gardens

Scotland’s gardens swamped with interest for traditional crafts With Kirsty Allsopp back on the TV sharing her ideas for a ‘Handmade Christmas’, Scottish gardens’ arts and crafts events have seen a surge of interest as garden lovers and nature enthusiasts flock to crafty workshops to learn to create their own wreaths, sprays and festive decorations. […]

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Bonkers For Conkers

It’s Conkers Season – Get your game on! Conkers has been played every Autumn for generations. Once a playground favourite, recent reports have suggested that the art of conkers is dying out. However, according to Discover Scottish Garden’s recent survey, a surprisingly high number of children will still be playing conkers this autumn. 63% will […]

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Autumn Advertising Campaign Promotes Glorious Gardens Of Argyll

“Autumn mist, golden leaves drifting wood smoke and bright berries: a haiku”   Catch the moment in the Glorious Gardens of Argyll and Bute before the year turns.   Gardens of Argyll open all year: Achamore Angus Ardkinglas Ardmaddy Castle Ardtornish Arduaine Crarae Kinlochliach Linn Botanic   Gardens of Argyll open until end October: An […]

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Two of Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh’s oldest trees in battle for Tree of the Year title

The Edinburgh Garden’s 200-year-old Sabal Palm and a Giant Redwood in the avenue at Benmore have won through to the final of Scotland’s Tree of the Year competition. Staff at both Gardens are hoping their tree will beat off competition from the other five finalists by winning the most public support. Scottish Tree of the […]

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Scottish garden businesses are B(l)ooming this summer

Gardens and related businesses across Scotland have joined forces in a bid to attract more visitors, and capitalise on green tourism – an increasing trend in Scotland. Already, around 130 organisations from all over the country, including gardens, nurseries and historic estates, have joined Discover Scottish Gardens, a national tourism group that launched in May […]

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Discover Scottish Gardens launches visitor gateway to Scotland’s gardens

Discover Scottish Gardens is to showcase the diversity and beauty of Scotland’s gardens Officially launched in Edinburgh at Gardening Scotland, Discover Scottish Gardens marks the coming together of businesses and organisations at the heart of Scotland’s gardens sector to energise the promotion of Scotland’s outstanding horticultural offering and help achieve a 10% uplift in visits to […]

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Scotland’s first Tree Festival takes root

The wonderfully diverse world of trees is about to be celebrated for the first time, as the inaugural Scottish Tree Festival launches this month. Organised by national garden tourism groupDiscover Scottish Gardens and supported by VisitScotland, the Festival will run from 29 September to 2 December. Over 70 tree events will take place across the […]

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