Domestic gardens, including the garden of wonders, created in 2008, with its theme of natural history, features fossils, exotic ferns, ornamental letter-cutting and a mystery stone. The sculptural centrepiece of this award-winning small but beautiful area is a scrap metal ammonite created by Helen Denerley. While at the birthplace, see the cobbled courtyard and the garden room - space for re ection and walk around the garden named after Hugh’s wife, Lydia. The crescent-shaped, sandstone path of fragrant climbing roses, herbs and wild plant areas which re ect Miller’s own love of nature and curiosity in the natural landscape.
By road via Kessock Bridge and A832 to Cromarty. Twenty-two miles north east of Inverness.
Sunday 28 May 12:00pm - 5:00pm (Last entry 4:30pm)
Normal NTS admission applies. All donations welcome.
Donation to SG Beneficiaries
The National Trust for Scotland
Church Street, Cromarty
Call 01381 600245