Domestic gardens, including the garden of wonders, created in 2008, with its theme of natural history, features fossils, exotic ferns, ornamental letter-cutting and a mystery stone. The sculptural centrepiece of this award-winning small but beautiful area is a scrap metal ammonite created by Helen Denerley. While at the birthplace, see the cobbled courtyard and the garden room - space for reflection and a walk around the garden named after Hugh's wife, Lydia. The crescent-shaped, sandstone path of fragrant climbing roses, herbs and wild plant areas which reflect Miller's own love of nature and curiosity in the natural landscape.
Directions: By road via Kessock Bridge and A832 to Cromarty. Twenty-two miles north east of Inverness.
Sunday 27 May, 1pm - 5pm (2018)
Admission details can be found on the garden's website.
· Donation to SGS Beneficiaries.