This delightful garden has something of interest all-year-round. Spring bulbs, shrubs and small trees attractive for their flowers, fruit and autumn foliage are complemented by herbaceous plantings. The garden also offers a wild flower area, a pond, an apiary and small orchard. Around an acre in size it has a large grassed area with a putting green, which it is particularly suitable for families. There are lots of child-friendly nooks and crannies for discovery and play. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic as there are many sheltered places to sit and enjoy views over the Clyde Valley and district. Cover available if wet.
Leave A73 at Cartland Bridge (Lanark to Carluke Road) or A72 (Clyde Valley Road) at Crossford. Both routes well signposted.
By arrangement 1 January - 31 December (2019)
Admission by donation.
· Guide Dogs 60%.
Close to the Nemphlar spur of the Clyde Walkway. Walking groups welcome.