Nothing like making the most of a few days in Cyprus – what a stunning location for this Botanical Garden which is also home to Aphrodite’s Bath – the pool in which she bathed when Adonis first saw, and fell in love with her. Continue reading A Cheeky Botanical Garden Visit in Cyprus!
The rain showed no sign of abating but we were not to be deterred from our mission. Following Pitmuies, we headed along to Dunninald Castle, where not only did we get a brief period of light drizzle, we were also treated to a guided tour by owner Mary AND she gave us lunch #winning! Continue reading Dunninald Castle
Sadly, the day we’d dedicated to some serious garden-visiting around Angus and Dundee turned out to be a cats and dogs (and bitterly cold) one. Nonetheless, we ventured forth and Pitmuies Gardens were first up. Continue reading Pitmuies Gardens
Disclaimer – this is actually my boss’s garden and I’ve been dying to visit after seeing it in a recent press article. Handily, our recent tour around Scotland made it the perfect place to pitch camp so we got to have a good look around. Continue reading The Herbalist’s Garden in Angus
Last week I was on a bit of a garden-visiting tour of Scotland, starting with a meeting at Fingask Castle at Rait where ‘Alice in Wonderland’ topiary is the order of the day. We also had a guided tour from owner Andrew Murray, who took us down the dell to St Peter’s medieval wishing well. Continue reading Fingask Castle and Glendoick Gardens in Perthshire
Yesterday was Scotland’s Garden Scheme’s biggest garden opening event of the year – The Garden of Cosmic Speculation at Portrack, near Dumfries. It’s a private garden and only opens one day a year via SGS and tickets were sold out a few weeks ago. Continue reading The Garden of Cosmic Speculation Open Day