After a lot of hard work by the team at GBG the infected Rhododendrons at the Main Entrance have been removed or destroyed on-site. After the plants directly within the quarantined area and associated leaf litter were destroyed, approximately one month ago, the plants outwith the quarantined zone have had the top growth removed and […]
Category Archives: Tree Collections
The Gardens have just had a new tree trail installed throughout the Garden, allowing visitors to follow the trail (Tree Trail Leaflet PDF) and learn about our important tree collections. The trail will also serve to encourage people to explore the Gardens, pointing them around exciting and fascinating tree specimens and helping them to make […]
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The Gardens’ arboretum has seen around a hundred new trees being planted into it over the last year. The most recent trees have been a varied selection of Pines, Sorbus (Rowans) and Acers. We hope these trees will be in the Gardens for many years to come to be enjoyed by future generations. Come and visit these […]
The Friends submitted a funding application to the Central Scotland Green Network/Forestry Commission Scotland to prepare a major project for the Gardens to promote the Tree Collections in the Gardens and also the wider specialised Tree Collections throughout Scotland. We are delighted to say that we have been awarded £23,000 to develop the project to early […]