Hill of Tarvit is one of Scotland’s finest Edwardian mansionhouses, replete with a splendid collection of antiques, furniture, Chinese porcelain and superb paintings by Sir Henry Raeburn, Allan Ramsay and eminent Dutch artists.
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What a dreich autumnal day today was! But it did not dampen the hardy plant enthusiasts who turned out in force for today's Scotland's Gardens plant sale. Here are a few photos :-D thanks to everyone who came along.
Not long now! This Sunday! The tents are up the plants are arriving, also joining us will be RSPB, Falkland Palace Plant Stall, Bulbs for u. Shaping up to be a one stop shop for all you're plant needs :-D
The Scotlands Gardens Plantsale is coming this Sunday! 10.30 sharp be there to grab the best bargains.
A frighteningly fun Halloween guided walk around the grounds of Hill of Tarvit Mansionhouse, which has for hundreds of years been connected to ghoulish goings-on and ritualistic practices. You'll hear many spooky tales of Fife's hauntings, witchcraft and lore. But beware, you may not be alone... for there may be otherworldly visitors getting into the spirit of things...
A huge thank you to everyone who joined us for our Fungi Wander on Sunday.In particular, Maree, who joined us from Hopetoun and shared her wealth of knowledge on the subject!
We made the best of the dry weather today and cracked on with the yew hedges. A lot of hard work but well worth it :-D. Just the pillars to go!
There are still a few space left on out wonderful Fungi Wander this Sunday. Click below for more details and to book your spot!
Even when it's a bit dreich outside we never stop! Perfect opportunity for the gardens team to plan out our spring bulb planting. Watch this space ;-). Exciting!!!!
There are still spaces available for our September and October Nature Nipper Sessions! Join us for stories, games and arts and crafts to engage your little one! Book your spot via the link below!
We would like to say a big thank you to Barry our very own gardener who achieved his 15 years service, to the National Trust for Scotland recently, keep up the good work. As a surprise we went to the very top of Scotstarvit Tower. Enjoy your extra three weeks holiday B-)
The Eucryphias look stunning at the moment! Autumn is coming :-D