Logie House Garden has been open to the public since 1993; an interesting woodland garden with distinct areas of different conditions allow for a wide variety of planting. Rare and unusual shrubs, trees and perennials abound and many are for sale in the nearby Farm & Garden Shop at Logie Steading.
Where is Logie House Gardens located?
Logie House is 7 miles south of Forres, just off the A940, in the dramatic Findhorn valley. Follow the signs to Logie Steading and the garden is a short walk from the car park. Disabled car parking is available nearer to the garden.
What style of garden is Logie House Gardens?
The gardens have evolved in stages since 1991, changing from a formal parterre and traditional vegetable garden to a much more relaxed woodland garden with year-round interest of trees, shrubs and unusual perennials. Maturing Davidia, Cercidiphyllum, Birches, Prunus and species of Sorbus and Viburnum create a structure and microclimate in which a wide variety of plants thrive. Large herbaceous perennials jostle with the stately grasses extending interest well into the Autumn.
What can guests enjoy at Logie House Gardens?
Logie Steading, in the old farm buildings, has an acclaimed café, art gallery, craft shop, whisky and wine shop, farm & garden shop and a Heritage Centre. There is also a playpark and extensive walks along the beautiful River Findhorn. Logie is a place to take one's time!