Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Pitmedden Gardens

Last Tuesday I headed out to Pitmedden Gardens with the fabulous ladies of the AWA. This was part of the Discover Aberdeen group which introduces gems around Aberdeen and usually include a little tour so that you learn a little something also.

Pitmedden Gardens was first created over 300 years ago and has since been modernized. It features over 5 miles of hedging as well as the coat of arms of Sir Alexander Seton all made from flowers and hedging. It is a stunning sight to see and an ideal place for picture taking.
Debbie, Me, Nary
Debbie, Me, Tanvi

The tree
The fruits. The apples and pears are having a hard time this year due to the late freeze in Spring.
Scotland Thistle

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