Scotland's Gardens

The Shrubbery

Description

Home of famed Dundee artist McIntosh Patrick for many years, the garden and house were the subject of several of his paintings. The Georgian townhouse was designed and built by Dundee architect David Neave in 1817. The garden has been sympathetically restored to McIntosh Patrick’s time and features mainly herbaceous perennials and shrubs. It also includes surviving fruit trees from its original layout as a working garden. There is a pond with goldfish and koi carp.

Directions

From Riverside Drive in Dundee, take the slip road at the old rail bridge and follow road to the left round Magdalen Green.

Garden Openings

Friday 26 May 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Saturday 27 May 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Sunday 28 May 2:00pm - 5:00pm

Admissions

£3.00, accompanied children free

Beneficiaries

Friends of Camperdown House receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access
  • Home-made teas available.
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Plant stall

Other Details

Celebrating the 200th anniversary of The Shrubbery. Dogs on lead please. Disabled parking on the driveway, if required.

Contact

Mrs Elaine Kuwahara
67 Magdalen Yard Rd, Dundee
DD2 1AL

Location

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Edinburgh EH2 3DN Tel: 0131 226 3714
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