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5 Woodlands Gardens

Cults, Aberdeen AB15 9DU
Keith Thornton
A ⅔ acre plot planted out in 2008 and specialising in more unusual trees and shrubs.
The collection of Magnolia trees has reached flowering size, and includes sprengeri 'Diva', sargentiana, 'Star Wars' and Michelia doltsopa. The Rhododendron borders include early flowerers, scented species and scented azaleas. Old roses feature with a collection of scented heritage French varieties, including centifolia de peinte, 'cabbage' roses and Pemberton musk roses.
There is a small orchard of apple, pear and plum trees, and a large outdoor peach in the courtyard garden. Soft fruit and vegetable plots are laid out.

Directions: From A90, take Milltimber junction A93 to Cults. At lights turn left up Kirk Brae, then right to Friarsfield Road. At top of hill, turn right into Woodlands housing estate, first left then first left again into Woodlands Gardens From A92 take A93 to Braemar, after 200m turn right to Craigton Road, follow this for 1 mile, then Woodlands estate is on the left.

Openings:
Sunday 19 April & Sunday 5 July, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Scottish SPCA: Drumoak 30% & The New Arc 30%.

Other details: Nearest bus stop Baird's Brae on routes 19 or 201, then about 18 minutes' walk.

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