Opened as part of the Scottish Garden Scheme
Beneficiaries RNLI receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries. Admission £4
This beautiful walled garden built in1829 close to the house, is surrounded by the magnificent Aberuchill hills forming an unusual peaceful setting. Featured on Beechgrove Garden in 2007. A gate leads you into the walled garden, abundant with fabulous herbaceous borders filled with roses and shrubs, paths lead you into new areas all with distinctive character. You will find vegetables growing and other hidden areas to explore, look out for roses Queen of Sweden Phyllis Bide, Crocus, FitzNobis and many more, set off by unusual and clever under planting. Two impressive and rare Wesselii trees stand as sentries in front of the house as you look to large open lawns leading to grass parterres, on over a small burn to a newly made Mount. As you continue, the paths take you through a young plantation of Acers, Silver Birch and Prunus trees. Look carefully for the grass labyrinth where you could have a meditative walk to connect to the great mystery and benevolence of life which this enchanting piece of land offers.