Opening a fantastic selection of gardens across Scotland to raise money for hundreds of charities
3 birds
Our gardens are currently closed while we support our community through this pandemic. We will open again when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, please visit our website ‘What’s New’ pages, view our garden photographs, sign up for our newsletter, engage with our social media channels and if you can, make a donation to help us support our 2020 charities.

Glenkyllachy

Tomatin IV13 7YA
Mr and Mrs Philip Mackenzie
emmaglenkyllachy@gmail.com
In a magnificent Highland glen, at 1200 feet above sea level, Glenkyllachy offers a glorious garden of shrubs, herbaceous plants, rhododendrons, trees and spectacular views down the Findhorn River. There are some rare specimens and a newly planted arboretum. Rhododendrons and bulbs flower in May/June, herbaceous plants bloom through July/August. Experience the annual wildflower meadow in summer and glorious autumn colours from September. Original sculptures and a Highgrove-inspired wall provide year-round interest. As featured on The Beechgrove Garden in 2018.

Directions: Turn off the A9 at Tomatin and take the Coignafearn/Garbole single-track road down the north-side of the River Findhorn, there is a cattle grid and gate on the right 500 yards AFTER the humpback bridge and the sign to Farr.

Openings:
1 April - 30 October (Mondays only), 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Marie Curie 60%.
By arrangement 1 April - 30 October (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Marie Curie 60%.

Other details: Individuals and groups welcome by arrangement

The listing location on a map.