First opening for snowdrops in 1951, these mature grounds have a wonderful display of snowdrops as well as aconites and many other wildflowers. Walks through the woods and alongside the River Dee make this a memorable afternoon. In celebration of this 50th Year of opening under Scotland's Gardens Scheme, complete your visit with an old fashioned afternoon tea in the house.
Directions: On the A713 two miles from Castle Douglas and one mile short of Crossmichael
Sunday 23 February, 1pm - 4pm (2020)
Admission £3.00, children free.
· Earl Haig Fund Poppy Scotland 60%.