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I’m so pleased I made the trip to see these Gardens. I travelled out by bus (#26 from Edinburgh City, ca. 25 mins.). It’s been very dry and warm in the U.K. but all credit to the Gardener and volunteers - Inveresk was looking great....More
visited garden warm sunny day , lots of nice colour but a lot of plants have past in some borders like allium , lillies ect ,lawns are the nicest we have seen top quality with no weeds very lush green , also has a wildlife...More
We visited for the first time. The gardens are well laid out and include fine elderly greenhouses with extensive lawns.
The greenhouses are well maintained and tidy.More could be made of the space with greater planting.If I lived close by I would be down there...More
We were blessed with a lovely warm and sunny day which enhanced our second visit here. Inveresk is a small garden with an attractive house (not open) and offers a real countryside feel despite being on the edge of Musselburgh. A wilder area with ponds...More
The gardens are soggy in autumn, several paths are closed off due to waterlogging and the pond looks rather bleak, but the general quietude and serenity largely make up for that.
We were the only visitors (on a Sunday afternoon) and took our time for...More
This is a National Trust garden so there is a small charge to view it if you aren't a member. We are. (There was no one there to collect the fee and no obvious place to deposit it.) The gardens are well maintained and delightful...More