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BEAUTY OF THE GARDENS (7)
DEAR FRIENDS AND READERS
I PRESENT, MORE PHOTOS, OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GARDENS IN THE WORLD. FOR THE GREATEST PLEASURE OF YOUR EYES:
Gardens in Scotland
The rock garden, Mount Stuart. To the front of the house.
Open to visitors in 1995, Mount Stuart won the Scottish Tourism Oscar Award. It is a Victorian Gothic house with a wonderful architecture. The grounds are very beautiful with 300 acres of woods. Tea room and restaurant, souvenir shop, picnic areas
Author: Barbara Carr. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Mount Stewart House and garden
Author:pam fray . Source: geograph.org.uk
Gardens, Castle Kennedy, Dumfries & Galloway Looking towards the gateway on the left in the gardens at Castle Kennedy.
Only 5 miles east of Stranraer, in the southwest of Scotland, are the colorful patterns of Rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias and riots.
Author: Christine Matthews. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Garden path in the Kailzie Gardens — Peebles.
Author: Kay Atherton. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Lily pond in Kailzie Gardens, near Peebles
Author: Sarah Charlesworth. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
A fountain with maple trees at Kailzie Gardens.
Author: Elliott Simpson. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
The Walled Garden of Brodick Castle
Owned by the National Trust for Scotland, this red sandstone castle nestles in dark trees at the foot of Goatfell Mountain 1.5 miles from Brodick. The colorful gardens that feature lots of rhododendrons include.
The fortified garden,
The “House of the Ice” where they embellished the winter in a hole in the ground, then stored it ready for the summer,
The Bavarian Summer House, a hexagonal wooden structure built in 1845 and decorated with elaborate arrangements of fir cones.
Author: Bea y Fredi. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Author: Christine Matthews. Source: geograph.org.uk
Achamore Garden, Gigha.
Established in 1944 by Sir James Horlick, then owner of the island who was a passionate gardener and planter, with a special interest in rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias
Author: Johnny Durnan. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Achamore Gardens, Gigha.
The garden extends to approximately 50 acres of natural woodlands and contains a large walled garden. Achamore Gardens are virtually frost free and they are full of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and rarer exotic plants and trees.
Author: Steve Partridge. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Viewpoint in Achamore Gardens
There’s a fabulous view across bays and small islands on the southwestern side of the Isle of Gigha, to Islay on the horizon.
As part of the ongoing restoration of the gardens, conifer trees have been cut back to restore the vista.
Author:Rose and Trev Clough Source: geograph.org.uk
Cawdor Castle gardens
Located in a wooded lot 12 miles east of Inverness, the castle dates from the early 14th century. Outside the rear, the blue bridge covers the burning of Cawdor (a current) that flows into the Nairn River.
Author: Dr Richard Murray. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Gardens at Dunrobin Castle
Seat of the Earls et Dukes of Sutherland, ce magnifique château avec une influence française se trouve sur la mer du Nord sur la côte est de l’Ecosse à un mille de Golspie. Les jardins formels ont été aménagés en 1850 par Barry, l’architecte qui a construit l’extension victorienne à Dunrobin et aussi aux Chambres du Parlement à Londres.
Author: Margot Manson. Source: commons.wikimedia.org
Parterre gardens in Versailles style at Dunrobin Castle Scotland.
Author : denisbin. Source: flickr.com (Some rights reserved)
3 réflexions sur “BEAUTY OF THE GARDENS .(7)”
Somptueuse Écosse, comme toujours ! 🙂
Wow so beautiful!