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Tomatin IV13 7YA
Mr and Mrs Philip Mackenzie
Current Openings:
1 April - 31 October (Mondays & Tuesdays), 11am - 5pm (2022)
Admission £5.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Marie Curie 60%.
By arrangement 1 April - 31 October (2022)
Admission £5.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Marie Curie 60%.
Description: 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 recently planted arboretum. Rhododendrons and bulbs flower in May/June, herbaceous plants bloom through July/August with glorious autumn colours September and October. Original sculptures and a Highgrove-inspired wall provide year-round interest. Featured on the Beechgrove Garden in 2018. We took advantage of Lockdown in 2020 to re-assess existing plant schemes and create new borders and paths. We have also extended the garden with a 'wild area' blending the garden into the beautiful birch and juniper natural hillside.

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.

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