In 2007 a drystone wall was also built. The new garden within is laid out in an interpretation of the medieval style. Raised beds and exedra contain a profusion of unusual culinary and medicinal herbs. Old roses and flowers of the medieval period surround the central herber. A rowan arch leads to an orchard of mostly historic fruit cultivars in a flowery mead. A pretty walk takes you alongside a burn and through indigenous meadows and specimen trees.
Over half of the gardens are taking part to support open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.