‘Southern Gem’ at Threave – NTS garden in south-west Scotland

April 18, 2009

Categories: Daffodil Types, Growing Daffodils, Historics, Landscapes and Naturalized Daffodils

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Threave has many ‘Southern Gem’, about half are planted in one mass
roughly the shape of a map of Scotland.
From the NTS website – (National Trust for Scotland)
“64-acre ornamental garden with interest throughout the year from a large and varied plant collection
and landscape features. A Scottish Baronial House open to the public. 1500-acre estate
with way marked trails, bird hides, and a wild fowl sanctuary”
Nearby is Threave Castle (Historic Scotland), a massive 14th century tower built by Archibald the Grim, Lord of Galloway.  Sounds like he would have been best avoided. 
This is the first of three pictures from yesterday.
George Norris  Scotland

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