At it's heart lies the stunning walled garden with plantings of many unusual shrubs, laburnum arches, an enchanting rose garden and spectacular herbaceous borders and one of the best examples of Mackenzie and Moncur glasshouses still in existence, filled with fuschias, pelargoniums and exotics. The garden also features prize winning show vegetables. The surrounding woodlands has one of the best laid arboretums in Scotland with champion trees and specimens (including the oldest Larch) providing 15 acres of captivating woodland and burnside walks and spectacular vistas. Champion Trees: Larch planted 1725
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.