One of the joys of being in the Castle Douglas area 3 or 4 times a year is seeing the National Trust Garden through the seasons with its well thought planning and layout a centre for local activities and well used by visitors and locals alike. A busy cafe and restaurant with superb soups.
The walled garden has been turned over to vegetables and fruit which although interesting is not as eye catching as the banks of flowers it used to have . in other parts of the ground new beds have been formed with a pond , large rock garden and waterfall. There are a large variety of mature trees that provide an Autumnal display later on in the year. It is a delight to see Red Squirrels running about
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