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Megginch Castle

Errol PH2 7SW
Giles Herdman and Catherine Drummond-Herdman
T:01821 642222 info@megginch.com
Come and wander through our hosts of golden daffodils under the ancient trees and avenues of Megginch. Head through the charming, cobbled courtyard into the walled garden where there is a collection of daffodils from the renowned collectors, Duncan and Kate Donald from Croft 16 Daffodils. In the orchard, have a chat with Gavin and his bees, walk back past some of the apple and pear trees that make up our two National Collections, to a warming cup of tea and home-baking under the tallest yew trees in Scotland.
The Scavenger Hunt and secret chocolate Easter eggs, will keep all ages busy on their walk round!
National Plant Collection: Scottish cider apples, Scottish Heritage apples and pears
Champion Trees: Acer palmatum

Directions: Ten miles from Perth and Dundee directly off the A90, Perth-bound carriageway, 600 yards after the Errol/Rait flyover, on the left hand side, 300 yards after Beware Pedestrians Crossing sign.

Openings:
Sunday 19 April, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
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