Scotland's Gardens

Burgie

 

Burgie - NEW FOR 2017

Description

A rare opportunity  to see a sizeable woodland garden / arboretum in its infancy. It has a good collection of rhododendrons, sorbus, alder, birch and tilia but also includes many unusual trees from around the world. The arboretum is zoned into geographic areas and species type. It includes a Japanese garden, bog garden, bog wood, loch and quarry garden. First created in 2005 and is on going. Most plants are grown from hand collected seed and propagated in the Georgian greenhouse.

Directions

A96 between Forres and Elgin. Four miles east of Forres. Six miles west of Elgin. Road end sign BURGIE MAINS. in wrought iron sign with horses and cattle on the top. South off the main road and 1 mile to the Woodland Garden car park.

Garden Openings

1 April - 31 October 8:00am - 5:00pm

Admissions

£3.00, accompanied children free (please use honesty box)

Beneficiaries

Sandpiper Trust receives 20%, World Horse Welfare receives 20%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access
  • Dogs Allowed

Other Details

Most woodland walks and paths are suitable for disabled chairs. Dogs welcome on leads.Tours by arrangement.

Contact

Hamish Lochore
Between Forres and Elgin
IV36 2QU

Call 01343 850 231

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Location

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