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Haugh Garden

College of Roseisle IV30 5YE
Gwynne and David Hetherington
T:01343 835790
Our garden is now in the sixth year of being developed. From what was an unmaintained woodland we have created a spring garden criss-crossed with informal paths and with extensive drifts of snowdrops and over 40 varieties of tulips. Colour interest continues with a collection of hellebores, daffodils, narcissi and rhododendrons. A wildlife pond is situated in a corner of the woodland close to the ruins of an 18th-century farmhouse. Extensive herbaceous borders enclose the lawn, with a central rose bed and a small orchard. The immature pine and birch woodland has been thinned out allowing the bluebells to flower, and it has now been planted with a wide range of under storey shrubs to give year-round interest. There is a productive polytunnel and organic vegetable beds. 

Directions: From Elgin take the A96 west, then the B9013 Burghead Road to the crossroads at the centre of College of Roseisle. The garden is on the right, enter from the Duffus Road. Village Hall car parking is to the left off Kinloss Road. 

Openings:
Saturday 15 June, Saturday 6 July, Saturday 20 July & Saturday 17 August, 2pm - 5pm (2019)
Admission £4.00, children free.
· Alzheimer Scotland 30% & Children's Hospice Association Scotland 30%.
By arrangement 1 May - 31 August (2019)
Admission £4.00, children free.
· Alzheimer Scotland 30% & Children's Hospice Association Scotland 30%.

Other details: Car parking at Roseisle Village Hall with drop-off and disabled car parking available at the house.

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