By: F Greenoak
240 pages, Col illus
Since 1945, when it acquired its first garden at Culzean Castle, the National Trust for Scotland has become the country's largest garden owner. Its properties include 35 major gardens together with another thirty that form part of other properties acquired for their architectural, historical or landscape importance. Francesca Greenoak's describes each garden in detail and discusses its design and plantings, its history, setting and historical and cultural connections. Full directions for getting there are provided together with information on access and opening times.
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