Gardens

  • Pitmedden Garden (NTS)

    The centrepiece of this property is the Great Garden which was originally laid out in 1675 by Sir Alexander Seton, 1st Baronet of Pitmedden. The elaborate designs, now carefully re-created, were inspired by the garden at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. Pitmedden features over 5 miles of box hedging read more

  • Pitmuies House and Garden

    An 18th century house and garden. Two semi-formal wall gardens adjoin 18th century house and shelter long border of herbaceous perennials, superb delphiniums, old fashioned roses and pavings of violas and dianthus. Spacious lawns, river and lochside walks beneath fine trees. A wide variety of shrubs with good autumn colours. read more

  • Mount Stuart House and Gardens

    Consists of 300 acres of designed landscape around a spectacular High Victorian Gothic house with astrological designs, stained glass and marble. The secluded ‘wee garden’, the Victorian kitchen garden, the garden pavilion, Pinetum and Arboretum, Limetree Avenue and magnificent rhododendrons.

  • Inshriach Alpine Nursery

    This is also known as Jack Drake’s Nursery, though he is no longer the proprietor. There is a fascinating small garden that is attractive in spring and early summer and can be viewed on any day except Sunday. Lots of nice bulbous plants, dog tooth violets, trilliums, primulas, meconopsis, dwarf read more

  • Kerrachar Gardens

    The main emphasis is on herbaceous perennials and the gardens grow an enormous range of these. Meconopsis are one of the main features with most other major genera on display. The gardens contain an increasing range of shrubs, many from the southern hemisphere and many quite tender plants successfully overwinter read more

  • Leith Hall and Garden (NTS)

    A 286 acre estate with ponds, trails, a bird observation hide, a hilltop viewpoint, unusual semicircular 18th-century stables and an ice house. The 6 acre formal and informal gardens, with extensive borders, are noted for their colour and diversity. Features extensive herbaceous borders and a fine collection of alpines and read more

  • Inverewe Garden (NTS)

    Here you will see the tallest Australian gum trees in Britain, sweetly scented Chinese rhododendrons, exotic trees from Chile and Blue Nile lilies from South Africa, all growing on a latitude more northerly than Moscow? The answer is Inverewe, a 54 acre woodland garden in a remote corner of Wester read more

  • Drummond Castle Gardens

    Scotland’s most important formal gardens are among the finest in Europe. The upper terraces offer stunning views and overlook a magnificent parterre celebrating the saltire, the three rivers of Perthshire and the famous multiplex sundial by John Milne, Master Mason to Charles I.

  • Glen Grant Distillery Garden

    Three years of painstaking work, using historical evidence, old maps and the vivid memories of the local people have restored Glen Grant Gardens to the magnificent sight it was in Victorian days. Old woodland walks have been recreated and log bridges and Major Grant’s Dram Hut were rebuilt on the read more

  • Cruickshank Botanic Garden

    The Cruickshank Botanic Gardens were built on land bequested by Miss Anne Cruikshank to commemorate her brother Dr. Alexander Cruikshank. The 11 acre garden is located in a low-lying and fairly sheltered area of Aberdeen, less than 1 mile from the North Sea.

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