Category Archives: Caley Study Tour 2015

The week is nearly over….

Today was a pretty full day with four very different gardens. The started with rain but very soon after we arrived at Elizabeth MacGregor’s nursery at Kirkcudbright the weather improved.      The nursery has a walled garden area where … Continue reading

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Wow!

Exploring private gardens is a particular pleasure on a study tour as it helps to see plants in context, with elements you might be able to relate to your own gardens.  On the fourth day of the tour our visit started … Continue reading

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Everyday on the study tour is interesting – Day 3

When you visit Logan Botanic Garden you sometimes have to pinch yourself to remember you are still in Scotland!  The garden benefits from an extremely mild climate and has a very effective shelter belt which help protects from the strong winds. … Continue reading

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Day Two of the Caley Study Tour

One of the benefits of a Caley study tour is that the Tour Leader (Sally in our case) does a lot of careful planning to provide a lot of interest and variety and today was no exception.  Our first visit … Continue reading

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Day one of the 2015 Caley Study Tour

This study tour blog is for members (and others) who cannot join us on the trip – but also a reminder of some of the things we have seen each day.  This year all the gardens are in Scotland – Dumfries … Continue reading

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