Sunday, May 30, 2010

Castle Kennedy

This time last weekend, we were coming home from a spectacularly wonderful day spent at Castle Kennedy, not far from Stranraer. I don't know why we haven't visited these gardens before, but I can recommend them. And - fortuitously - we arrived at precisely the right time of year, since the rhodies and azaleas were at their very best.
There is something soothing about this garden that is immensely appealing - perhaps it's the fact that every vista is so beautiful, and perhaps that the pathways are all of soft grass, which makes the walking very easy. All I can say is that it was one of the best days out I have had for some time - and I want to go back again as soon as possible. Not only that, but they were having a plant sale too - irresistible!


Erna said...

How lovely these Rhododendrons..I'm imaging Scotland at this moment..the valleys must be full with them

Scottish Nanna said...

Hi Catherine I love Rhododendrons I get home sick when I see any Photos of them They are so lovely.I hope you and family are keeping Well.
Hugs Mary.