Situated in rolling farmland, the shape of our park has resulted in seven small gardens, each with its own character, but with some plants repeated to provide continuity. In addition, there is a large kitchen garden which makes us self-sufficient for most of the year. Lawns with heather beds complete the garden. Many plants are grown from seed saved, or cuttings propagated, and we are making minor changes which will mean easier maintenance. We try to garden sustainably without the use of chemicals and with due regard for wildlife. Visitors can make their own way round the garden or have a guided tour.
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.