Come along to Benmore Open Day where there will be crafts and plants for sale and the very popular home made cake, candy and preserves.
There is a Gardeners' Tombola and a raffle and face painting, hands on pottery, and a safari Treasure Hunt for the kids. Filling the Garden with music we welcome the pupils of Dunoon Grammar.
For those who want to see more of the Garden there are Guided Walks and Explorer Tours. Or make the most of the last opportunity to see the James Duncan Exhibition in the Courtyard Gallery. Come along and support Benmore Garden!
Visit the normally private Ladies Garden at Ardkinglas Estate at Cairndow to view the flowering of the Ghent and Rustica flore pleno Azaleas.Find out more
We invite you to take part in an international day of action on World Biodiversity Day. Find out more about ‘Inverewe’s Big Five’ species – Red Squirrel, Red Deer, Otters, Golden Eagle and Common Seals. Hear about our conservation projects, our moth population, our coastal water and their marine life. Including talks by our NTS Nature Conservation Advisor, Rob Dewar, we have a range of experts - walks and talks - to show the range of activities across Inverewe Garden and Estate.Find out more
Plant Power Day FreeMay 21st, 2017 - May 21st, 2017
Plant Power (in partnership with the James Hutton Institute) & Family Picnic & a Play in the Botanic Gardens. Come along to an informal gathering, with free entry to the Botanic Gardens for the afternoon. Bring your picnic hamper and take the chance to relax at the end of such an exciting weekend! There will also be a special performance of the Four Marys play - four iconic Marys – Slessor, Brooksbank, Walker and Baxter – each helped the city in their different ways. Lots of fun activities will be taking place throughout the day, including music, birds of prey and badge making.Find out more
As part of Isle of Gigha School Gardening Week, Achamore Gardens will be hosting a Plant Swap and Afternoon Tea at the Isle of Gigha Village Hall. The afternoon will be a wonderful opportunity for visitors and locals to exchange plants with fellow gardeners, sample some fabulous local baking and support the development of the School’s Gardening Projects. From seedlings to trees and shrubs, plants will be exchanged like for like. The school children have a particular need for veg and veg garden flora.Find out more
The ruins of this beautiful borders abbey are known for its peace and tranquillity, but in 1322 the scene was very different. Come along and find out more about life in the 14th century and this significant year in the history of the abbey.
This event is included in the Dryburgh Abbey admission price.