It is a magical mystery tour of endless paths meandering under magnificent trees, unusual shrubs with a plethora of woodland bulbs and plants at your feet. Lift the branches of a Hamamelis mollis to find the startled heron take off from the pond and look up to the massive trunk of the Abies alba 100 feet up. From snowdrops to hellebores then trillium and bluebells, flowering shrubs and roses, the interest of the garden continues until the wonderful autumn colours. The sculptures by David Annand and Nigel Ross. Look out for the ten foot tea pot and the yew table ready for the Mad Hatters' tea party! The garden is at its best in May.
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.