Welcome to Attadale Gardens
We shall be reopening on Tuesday 1st April 2014.
Come and see the new waterfall and pond beyond the fern garden on the way to the rhododendron dell. The waterfall comes down the cliff, filling the small pond at the bottom and has dwarf rhododendrons planted all around it. When the trees above were cut down, the flow of water increased significantly and the waterfall provides the solution to the problem. Huge amounts of long-established bamboo has been cleared from in front of the cliffs.
Have you seen the sunken fern garden created last year when a 19th century drain was uncovered? Drystone walls have been built specially for planting with ferns and other shade-loving plants.
Both these places offer an attractive bench where you can sit and contemplate the garden around you.
Note for dog owners
Dogs are welcome but visitors are kindly reminded that dogs must be kept on a short lead while in the gardens.
- 13th Mar 13 - Attadale Gardens Opens
- 16th Nov 12 - Geoff Stephenson wins award from the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society