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2 Durnamuck

On a slope overlooking Little Loch Broom and hills beyond, the garden setting is stunning. There's a mix of herbaceous borders, trees and shrubs, vegetables, drystone wall planting, South African/Mediterranean plants and a wild meadow.


Season:
Summer


Credits:
GAP Photos/Ray Cox/Garden Owners : Sue Pomeroy and Will Soos


Feature No:   4958 

Qty of Images:    56 

 



 
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Synopsis
The garden is south-east facing on the edge of Little Loch Broom in the wilds of north-west Scotland. It is a coastal plantsman's garden with a rich mix of herbaceous borders, trees and shrubs, vegetables, drystone wall planting, South African/Mediterranean plants, a wild meadow and stunning views. Many of the plants have been collected from all over the world, and growing them has provided obvious challenges but with a pleasing outcome

 

 

 
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