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2 Durnamuck

Little Loch Broom, Wester Ross IV23 2QZ
Will Soos and Susan Pomeroy
T:01854 633761 sueandwill@icloud.com
Our garden is south-east facing on the edge of Little Loch Broom. It is a coastal plantsman’s garden with a rich mix of herbaceous borders, trees and shrubs, vegetables, drystone wall planting, South African plants, Mediterranean plants, a wild meadow and stunning views. Many of the plants have been collected from all over the world, and growing them in Durnamuck has provided obvious challenges but with an overall pleasing outcome. Featured on Gardeners’ World (2016), Garden Magazine, The Scottish Field and Country Life in 2018. 2019 saw entries in Gardens Illustrated, Homes & Gardens, and The Beechgrove Garden.

Directions: On the A832, between Dundonnell and Ullapool, take the turning along the single-track road signed Badcaul, continue to the yellow salt bin, turn right, go to the bottom of the hill and 2 Durnamuck is the house with the red roof. There is parking down by the house if needed.

Openings:
Saturday 18 July, 12pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Scottish Association For Marine Science 60%.
By arrangement 1 June - 30 September (2020)
Admission by donation.
· Scottish Association For Marine Science 60%.
Sunday 23 August, 12pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Scottish Association For Marine Science 60%.

Other details: Bring your own cup on 18 July and 23 August for takeaway tea, coffee and homemade cake. Toilet facilities will not be available.

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