Black Isle gardens

How to take part

Pam and Roger Piercy

May at Findon Mills, Culbokie


Wendy and Alan Price

Inverness, formerly North Kessock


Julian and Mary Paren

Apple blossom and woodshed at Munlochy

Egremont Russet
Scottish Dumpling


Julie Gibson

Early in the season in a still developing vegetable garden, Munlochy


Sarah and Jim Grant



Martin Sherring

Stoneybank, Culbokie


Penny Hepburn

A wildlife garden at Teandalloch, Beauly

Spot the wildlife!
The radish that grew and grew!


Roger Piercy

A garden tour in April at Findon Mills, Culbokie


Lesley Robb

Spring flowers at Greenhill, Culbokie


Geoff and Fuggo King

Lower Arboll, near Portmahomack

We have lots of willow, important early food for bees
We planted a lot of trees, many fruit and nut.  A small plum in front of large gean (wild cherry)
Garlic, can’t have too much garlic
We do love flowers and mix native ones in where we can
The luxury of a polytunnel means overwintering salads and early seed propagation
Veg beds with some overwintered kales, new carrots with fleece


Diane and David Priday



Marion and Peter Moffatt

Newton Kinkell


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