Gairloch Garden is a cold climate garden that is presented as a series of themed areas. This is achieved with the extensive use of hedging and timber and masonry trellises. Water is featured in many parts of the garden. Other features include a croquet lawn, mirrors, garden chess, walk-through fernery, sunken garden, metal garden art, fireplace and a variety of terracing. Animals provide an added interest in the garden with a number of avairies, several breds of poultry, and 3 very friendly dogs
|Sunday, 21 October 2018||9:30AM - 4:00PM|
|Saturday, 27 October 2018||9:30AM - 4:00PM|
|Sunday, 28 October 2018||9:30AM - 4:00PM|
Children accompanying parents free
|Warning: Water in the garden|
|Summer avg. Max:||28°C||Winter avg. Min:||2°C|
|Avg Frost Days:||54|
|Annual Rainfall avg:||797mm.||Summer avg.||236mm.|
|No. of rainy days:||50||Winter avg.||135mm.|
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Gairloch Garden is centred on structures and thematic 'rooms'. The design has focused on levelling and terracing various areas of our gently sloping block/s. This has included a croquet lawn, water courses/river, partitioning using a variety of techn ...
Numerous water features exist in the garden and provide a sense of movement and sound in the garden. Features include a high flow river and meandering stream, water blade, wine barrel, overflowing buckets, dripping chain and water curtain.
Autumn is a magical time in the garden with the changing colours of numerous japanese maples, ornamental grape, boston ivy, and the claret and golden ashes.
Spring is equally as colourful with masses of Alpine Phlox in October together with numerous blossom trees, including a thirty year old Mt. Fuji cherry tree and white flowering May (spirea) hedges.
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