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Our gardens are currently closed while we support our community through this pandemic. We will open again when it is safe to do so. In the meantime, please visit our website ‘What’s New’ pages, view our garden photographs, sign up for our newsletter, engage with our social media channels and if you can, make a donation to help us support our 2020 charities.

Rossie Gardens

Forgandenny PH2 9EH
Mr and Mrs David B Nichol
T:01738 812265 judynichol@rossiehouse.co.uk
This romantic garden has been establishing itself since 1657. It is a magical mystery tour of endless paths meandering under magnificent trees, unusual shrubs with a plethora of woodland bulbs and plants at your feet. Lift the branches of a Hamamelis mollis to find the startled heron take off from the pond and look up to the massive trunk of the Abies alba 100 feet up. From snowdrops to hellebores then trillium and bluebells, flowering shrubs and roses. The garden is at its best in May. The sculptures are by David Annand and Nigel Ross. Look out for the ten-foot teapot and the yew table ready for the Mad Hatter’s tea party!

Directions: Forgandenny is on the B935 between Bridge of Earn and Dunning.

Openings:
Saturday/Sunday, 23/24 May, 11am - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission by donation.
· Canine Partners 60%.

Other details: Suggested donation of £5 per person in honesty box, children free.

The listing location on a map.