A wonderful ten-acre garden, at its best in May and June with ten lochs. There are many unusual conifers including Wollemi Pine. There are also many different species of oak, birch, chestnut, acer, eucalyptus and many other varieties of hardwoods. The soil is peaty so the rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and magnolias are star turns. There are substantial collections of viburnums, hydrangeas, pieris and cornus. Around the lochans there are irises, hostas, skunk cabbage and gunnera. The owner has a passion for trees and shrubs.
Directions: From Creetown take the old station road and keep going up for about a mile until you reach a cattle grid and a timber-clad house, ignore any other turn off.
Sunday 24 May, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· All proceeds to SGS Beneficiaries.