The garden has a wide range of trees, shrubs and other plants including alpines, perennials, and a large collection of over 130 roses. In a damp area hostas and primulas grow with many ferns. A pergola has a vine and other climbers including wisteria and jasmine. Rhododendrons and azaleas have been planted in the woodland and main garden. There is a large pond with 60 ducks and geese, and a stream with Rogersia, Gunnera and Meconopsis. The garden also has a polytunnel, greenhouses and an alpine house. The two acre garden was lovingly developed by Ivan and his late wife Mary, mostly from a bare farm field, beginning in 1994. Since Mary's death in 2015 Ivan has continued to develop the garden with the help of good friends.
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.