Directions: From Borgue follow the coast (Carrick) road up hill past the church and down. Take the first and only right turn and follow the lane winding past farms for about half a mile. Barmagachan House is on the left by a wood.
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Barmagachan HouseBorgue, Kirkcudbright DG6 4SW
Andy and Carolyn McNab
This garden, developed since 2009, surrounds an 18th-century house on a rocky knoll overlooking Wigtown Bay. It is profusely planted with a large variety of alpines, perennials and shrubs. Two themes are plants from SW China and Australasia e.g. meconopsis, arisaema, Asian primulas, eucryphia and leptospermum. Planting is informal and naturalistic and designed to encourage wildlife. And there is a productive vegetable garden, soft fruit cage and developing orchard. Visitors may also explore the wood and motte.
Sunday 16 June, 2pm - 5pm (2019)
Admission £4.00, children free.
· The Architectural Heritage Society of Scotland: Dumfries and Galloway Group 60%.
The listing location on a map.