Charity Garden Opening - Knock Newhouse
Like all good gardens, it has evolved over time. It is centred on a 250 foot lochan, a small waterfall and lily pond. The first trees and rhododendrons were planted in the 60s, with major additions in the 90s. A variety of cut leaf and flowering trees were added after the storms of 2011/12. As a result the garden now has a wide range of specimen trees, camellias, hoheria, eucryphia, stewartia to name a few in addition to the azaleas and rhododendrons. January flowering is followed with spring flowers and bluebells and then into the autumn with spectacular colours. I am delighted to welcome visitors at any time so please let me know when you would like to visit.
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.
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