Underwood Lodge has a secluded garden surrounded by farmland and woodland which give some protection and adds to the ambience. The main structure of the garden has been in place for 19 years, however significant remodelling has taken place in the last three years. The one acre garden comprises a variety of mature trees, shrubs, herbaceous and wall-grown plants. A woodland garden is at an embryonic stage with the construction of a woodland path, the planting of some semi-mature rhododendrons and some underplanting of woodland plants. The planting within all areas of the garden demonstrates an understanding of form and texture of plants, which adds to its enjoyment.
Southbound on the A77, pass Hansel Village and take the next left signposted Underwood/Ladykirk. Northbound on the A77 take the exit to Symington then first right, to join Southbound Carriageway. Take the Underwood/Ladykirk turning. At the stone bridge, turn left and Underwood Lodge is the first house on the left. Please note daytime contraflow on the A77.
Visitors should make contact in advance and will be given a timed slot during the open days.
Saturday/Sunday, 25/26 June, 12pm - 5pm. PLEASE CONTACT THE GARDEN OWNER IN ADVANCE TO BOOK A TIMED SLOT (2022)
Admission £5.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Annbank Parish Church Of Scotland 60%.