Set in the hills with wonderful views and borrowed landscapes, the principal garden consists of a series of connecting rooms filled with a great and interesting variety of herbaceous plants, beautifully designed and maintained. There is a substantial rock garden with alpines and unusual plants and a very pretty pond. There is a short walk to three cairns by Andy Goldsworthy, through an evolving woodland garden.
From Dunscore, follow the road to Corsock. About one and a half miles further on, turn right at the post box, still on the road to Corsock and at small crossroads half a mile on, turn left.
Sunday 12 May, 2pm - 5pm (2019)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Alzheimer Scotland 60%.
Opening a month earlier than usual to afford a different perspective from previous years.