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Open Garden at The Dulaig today!

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Open Garden at The Dulaig today!
Here are Lois from Buchlyvie and Joanne from Milngave, two of our very many visitors enjoying seeing The Dulaig garden today for the first time as part of the Abernethy Open Gardens day. We had a lovely time chatting to them, and to everyone else, about our plants - Stipa Gigantea grass particularly caught Joanne's eye!  Thank you to everyone who came along today. Your enthusiasm made it all worthwhile! 
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Open Gardens Day getting closer!!!

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Open Gardens Day getting closer!!!
We are busy getting ready to open The Dulaig garden on 13 July for the Abernethy Open Gardens charity event.   We have lots of obviously lovely plants, but I wonder how many visitors will spot this little beauty - an Arisaema which is less than a foot tall?
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The Dulaig in Abernethy Open Gardens Day 2014

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The Dulaig  in Abernethy Open Gardens Day 2014
We are very pleased to have been invited to open The Dulaig garden to the public on 13 July this year as part of the Abernethy Open Gardens Day.   This very popular event is run by Ian and Eric at Auchendean Lodge. Funds raised this year will go to the restoration of Castle Roy, an 11th century fortress at nearby Nethy Bridge.   Tickets cost £6, allowing admission to about 10 local gardens, and can be bought locally e.g. at "Ewe and Me" in Grantown-on-Spey. ...
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The Dulaig has a lovely new website!

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We are delighted to announce that our new website has just been launched today. We did love our old website, and we know from feedback that many guests did too. In the six years since it went live technology has raced on, leaving our old site a bit behind the times, especially as far as photos on i-pads, smart phones etc are concerned. We hope the new site will be as easy for visitors to use as the old one was, and that with better pictures and more information it will give a better idea o...
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Don't tell Peter Pheasant!!!

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Don't tell Peter Pheasant!!!
This spectacular bird was spotted by our guests Annette and David Chellingsworth when they visited Glenlivet Distillery. A quick look in our guide to birds book told us he is a Reeves’s Pheasant. These birds, quite rare in the UK, can grow to over 2.1 metres long and have been mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the longest natural tail feather of any bird! We have named him Bruce and we think he is particularly handsome….just don’t tell our Pe...
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