It is currently owned and maintained by the National Trust of Scotland, where they are doing a fabulous job looking after this magnificent site.
More old Eucalypts in the dry borders with lots of plants from Australia and New Zealand.
Down from the summer borders was the productive and flower gardens. I loved the view of the mud flats from the flower terrace!
Lovely lush hedging defines the paths and contains the flowers and fruit trees.
More of the lovely flower garden on the lower terrace. There was plenty of local stone in the small buildings and garden walls. They set the lush green of the plants off beautifully!
The veggie garden was fantastic! I loved the lawn paths, the beautiful old fruit trees and how orderly all the planting was.
Hows this for orderly?! If only my veggie garden looked this good!
The colour palate in this area was lovely with the yellow, blue and white. I particularly love the view in the distance of the planted woodland. Those trees were HUGE!
I hope you liked the little snapshot of Inverewe Gardens. It was a lovely example of mixed plantings from similar climates from all over the world and had a stellar veggie garden! I'd love to go back again one day and spend some more time exploring the woodland trails... One day!