Almost every style of Scottish garden history is represented in the Trust`s portfolio - from medieval to twentieth-century developments. The gardens also range enormously in their size, location and the types of plants grown, giving each one its own unique character and set of attractions. For a more complete story of 500 years of Garden History please click here.
Each garden may contain lots of different styles and landscapes and include a wide selection of different garden themes for example rose gardens, herbaceous borders, orchards and extensive country parks. This section will look at examples of the different styles which exist in NTS gardens.
Some examples of historical types are:
- The reconstructed 16th-century garden at Culross Palace
- The 18th-century Picturesque landscape at Culzean Castle
- Victorian formality at Haddo and House of Dun
- Modern creations in older settings such as Drum and Fyvie Castle Gardens
- 20th century plantsman’s garden at Lochalsh Woodland, Balmacara Estate
- Model demonstration gardens at Greenbank
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