Gardens in Central, East & North East Scotland
Gardens in Central, East & North East Scotland, such as St Andrews Botanic Garden and Hill of Tarvit are listed below. Central, East & North East Scotland boasts a varied undulating countryside in which you can explore impressive castles, palaces, medieval burghs, charming villages, outstanding golf courses and famous distilleries.
The Canongate, St Andrews
St Andrews Botanic Garden moved to its present site at Bassaguard in 1960 and since 1987 has been managed by Fife Council. The design and wide range of plants have won international recognition. There are sheltered walks through large plantings of... more
House of Pitmuies, Forfar
Summery Pitmuies Gardens have two semi-formal walled gardens adjoining the Georgian House. Sheltering long borders of herbaceous plants, superb delphiniums by the hundred, old fashioned roses and paved areas for violas, dianthus and alpines. Spacious... more
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