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16 Mulla

Voe, Shetland ZE2 9XQ
Linda Richardson
T:07765 037516 linda@lindarichardson.co.uk
Current Openings:
By arrangement 1 April - 30 September (2023)
Admission by donation.
Nominated charity: Shetland UHI: Shetland Community Wildlife Group 50%.
Saturday/Sunday, 15/16 April, 10am - 5pm (2023)
Admission by donation.
Nominated charity: Shetland UHI: Shetland Community Wildlife Group 50%.
Saturday/Sunday, 1/2 July, 10am - 5pm (2023)
Admission by donation.
Nominated charity: Shetland UHI: Shetland Community Wildlife Group 50%.
Description: A garden on the Clubb of Mulla, a hillside overlooking Olnafirth with views of the sea and Lower Voe. Started in October 2016, the steep overgrown plot looked like a continuation of the moor at the back of the house. This garden shows what can be achieved in a very windy and exposed situation, battling against the extremes of the Shetland weather. Gardening with wildlife in mind, trees were planted in the spring of 2017, now providing shelter for birds. Six years on, there are herbaceous borders, rockery, a vegetable bed, 3.6 x 2.4 metre greenhouse, mini wildflower meadow strips and a natural water feature which is a long drainage ditch planted up with willows and water-loving plants. Always a work in progress, more trees will be added this year. The owner is an artist-printmaker with an open studio that folk are welcome to look round too.

Directions: Eighteen miles north of Lerwick on the A970 is Voe. Pass the North Isles junction and Tagon Stores on your right. Turn right into Mulla and number 16 is up the hill on your left. Bus no. 21 (Hillswick) and 23 (Toft) stop on the main road at the bottom of Mulla.

The listing location on a map.