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NEWSLETTER November 2017
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Taken on our open day at Dawyck Botanical Gardens, by volunteer photographer K. Henry
Autumnal reflections (and reading recommendations) from our Chairman David Mitchell:
Well the clocks have changed and I have just returned from a walk, with four paws in tow, on a fine frosty morning taking time to enjoy the trees in their almost naked splendour against the blue sky. I do like this time of year when in... read more here
Pumpkin bread
Our National Organiser, Terrill Dobson, shares her pumpkin bread recipe. A lovely seasonal treat!
2018 CONFERENCE
SAVE THE DATE

Dear Garden Owners and Volunteers,

Our 2018 conference will be on Tuesday 10th April at Kirknewton Stables.
We hope to see you there.
 
Want to open your garden owner or volunteer with us? Get in touch!
November gardens for you to visit
Oldtown of Leys Gardens - specimen trees, three ponds surrounded by waterside planting and a small woodland area. Daily Dawn - Dusk.
Glenapp Castle - Much of the gardens were designed by Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932). Open by arrangement until the 22nd December.
Hunter's Tryst - transformed from a wilderness thirty years ago and continues to evolve. Open by arrangement.
Calling all winter gardens!
We want your pictures
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We are always asked for images of our winter gardens by journalists. Please do share any pictures you've taken of our glorious gardens.
CANCELLED
Stirling Festive Floral Evening
Unfortunately, this event has to be cancelled. But keep your eyes peeled for other district events and pop-up gardens next year on our website.
Christmas wreath photo from Fiona Wallace, of Bramble & Thyme
Over £1 million has been raised for charity over the last 5 years at garden openings.  And over 200 charities have benefitted. 
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