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Tour Culzean Castle Gardens

Thursday, July 31, 2008

This evening I am presenting several images of the gardens at Culzean Castle.

You can visit the parks and the beautiful Victorian Walled Garden at Culzean, which has a grand entrance gate designed by Robert Adam and dated 1786. The gardens and parks at Culzean are composed with a vinery, glasshouses, wildlife garden, herb garden, children’s adventure playground, deer park, orangery, camellia house, gas house exhibition and the swan pond, from which you can see the pagoda.

The walled gardens were first laid out between 1775 and 1786. They were supposed to provide food for the Castle and estate from the kitchen garden, and to provide a pleasure garden composed with exotic plants for the guests.

The Fountain in the Castle Garden, near the Orangery

The Camellia House

Camellia House

Camellia House

Camellia House

Camellia House

Camellia

The Swan Pond

The Pagoda

The Deer Park

A bit of wildlife


Video





Walled garden and the Vinery


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