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Field of daffodils with construction work in the background
15 May 2024

Caring for Scotland’s daffodil heritage at Brodie Castle

Thanks to the Trust’s conservation work, Brodie Castle’s historic Daffodil Shed has been returned to use.

Three rangers, dressed in full waterproof clothing and wearing heavy-duty gloves, hold stem injection drills in a Charlie's Angels style pose! Tall rhododendrons grow behind them.
14 May 2024

Securing our natural heritage: investment and innovation

The Trust’s Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) rangers have been a powerful force in tackling a particularly tough land management conservation task.

A woman stands on a cliff with another cliff and the sea in the background.
13 May 2024

10 years of positive impact on nature conservation

The Trust is celebrating the 10th anniversary of funding support from players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

A view from a grassy hillside, looking down over a horseshoe-shaped bay that glistens blue in the sunlight. A few buildings can be seen close to the shoreline.
13 May 2024

St Kilda climate change challenges quantified for first time

A report published today (13 May) has identified the three biggest threats from climate change to the UK’s only dual World Heritage Site, St Kilda.

Four blue and yellow iris flowers pictured against a blurred greenery background.
8 May 2024

Plant Journeys blog post #4 – Iris: elegance by the pond

Plant Journeys is a blog series, exploring East Asian plants in the garden of Broughton House.

Branches laden with pink cherry blossom against a bright blue sky.
8 May 2024

Plant Journeys blog post #3 – Cherry: setting for spring picnics

Plant Journeys is a blog series, exploring East Asian plants in the garden of Broughton House.

The walled garden at Fyvie, with beans growing around pyramid-shaped canes in the foreground. More fruit trees are trained against the stone wall behind. A white patio chair sits beside a large terracotta planter in a gravel area.
7 May 2024

Trust gardeners’ tips for growing your own veg

We bring you seven easy tips for vegetable patch success, fresh from two of the National Trust for Scotland’s remarkable kitchen gardens.

A land rover sits in front of a mountain while a group of people stand behind.
1 May 2024

Win a chance to become a ranger for the day

Win a chance to experience what goes on behind-the-scenes at one of our National Nature Reserves.

A large group of Trust gardeners, all wearing navy jackets, stand in front of some ferns and a tall flowering rhododendron in Brodick Castle Garden. The castle can just be seen in the distance.
26 Apr 2024

The PLANTS project: the Brodick audit

The PLANTS project team recently visited Brodick Castle. The Project Manager shares some behind-the-scenes insights into the team’s work.