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Rosneath G84 0PU
Carol Rowe
Sheltered hilly ten-acre woodland part of a 20-acre property with a notable collection of species and hybrid rhododendrons, gathered over a period of 50 years by the late Neil and Joyce Rutherford, as seen on The Beechgrove Garden. The collection has been augmented in the last 18 years by the current owner. During this time hurricane- and severe storm-damaged trees and mature specimens of conifers have been cleared as have commercial conifers and Rhododendron ponticum. Fruit trees and bushes have been established, of which apples and blueberries are particularly successful, despite a far from favourable north-facing shady site. 

Directions: A quarter of a mile from Rosneath off the B833. 

Sunday 19 April, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £3.00, children free.
· Rosneath St Modans Church of Scotland 60%.
The listing location on a map.