Glendoick Gardens celebrates centenary with new cultivars

There will be a new guidebook to the Perthshire gardens, several new Glendoick cultivars, guided tours of the gardens, and a new rope bridge will be created across the burn as an emblem of the bridges crossed by Euan, Peter and Kenneth Cox, during their many expeditions to some of the Himalayas' most remote and inaccessible regions in their ongoing search for new plants.

by Matthew Appleby

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