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2 Sept 2020

Highlight plants at Threave Garden in September

Written by Timothy Buchan and Denis McCance, School of Heritage Gardening students
A grand red sandstone house stands at the top of a grassy slope, surrounded by gardens. In the foreground are tall red, white and pink flowers.
Looking up to Threave House from the herbaceous island beds
As the season changes from late summer into autumn, the garden starts to look and feel different. Some of the plants grown for summer interest retain their appeal into September, whilst others are just beginning.

We’ve chosen 7 plants that are looking their best this month – just click on the pictures below to find out more.

We look forward to welcoming you to Threave this autumn!

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