The grounds of Brodie Castle are carpeted with daffodils in the spring and include a National Collection of over 110 different cultivars bred at the property by a former laird. Work has been done to continue to improve this collection. Good displays of other spring bulbs and shrubs including dog's tooth violet and rhododendrons. On these special SGS open days garden staff will be leading guided tours of the garden and talking about the history of the daffodil collection at Brodie. See the NTS website nearer the date for the tour times. National Plant Collection: Narcissus (Brodie cvs.)
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.