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Leith Hall Plant Sale

Huntly AB54 4NQ
The National Trust for Scotland
The west garden was made by Charles and Henrietta Leith-Hay around the beginning of the 20th century. In summer the magnificent zigzag herbaceous and serpentine catmint borders provide a dazzling display. A lot of project work has been ongoing in the garden, including a rose catenary along with large borders which have been redeveloped in a Gertrude Jekyll style and a laburnum archway with spring interest borders. The carefully reconstructed rock garden is a work in progress with new planting being added throughout the season.

Directions: On the B9002 one mile west of Kennethmont.

Saturday 8 June, 10am - 3pm (2019)
Admission £3.50, children free.
· The National Trust for Scotland: Leith Hall Garden 60%.

Other details: The plant sale will be held in the walled garden and will be a fantastic opportunity to buy a wide selection of potted perennials from the garden's herbaceous borders.

The listing location on a map.