In my In garden I grow over 300 varieties of Daylily, or Hemerocallis, which is their latin name.
My garden is not big, and my intention when I moved here was to plant up a prairie bed. This was achieved using a mixture of Echinacea, Coreopsis, Crocosmia, ornamental grasses and the main focus being Dayliles.
My garden is in North Scotland, colder than the rest of the UK.
When I moved here, the garden contained a few plants, but mainly lawn. My husband designed the Daylily bed and the garden was born. All of the rest of the designs are his own.
We open the garden June, July & August with Scotland's Gardens,which is the Scottish equivalent to the National Gardens Scheme or NGS. (Yellow Book) I sell plants, from the garden, to visitors, who are offered an appointment only basis of viewing the garden, when I can give them a guided tour if they wish, answer their questions and offer homemade teas.
Sometimes we will open for a weekend to allow visitors to wander around themselves. We also cater for group bookings, and the garden is available for a small fee to Artists and Photographers. Propagation courses are held in the summerhouse in a hands-on environment. Please use the Contact Us page if you would like further information.