Scottish Group – Ophioglossum in Holyrood Park

Arthurs Seat Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

11am - 13.30pm The first report for Ophioglossum vulgatum was in 1989, yet 20 years later the population was 100,000 strong! How had it been overlooked? We will meet by the entrance to the car park behind (south of) Holyroodhouse Palace on Queen's Drive. There is free the car parking on Saturdays. From there it … Continue reading Scottish Group – Ophioglossum in Holyrood Park

Scottish Group – Dumfriesshire

Southerness Southerness, Dumfries, United Kingdom

Dumfriesshire, Cryptogramma crispa at Mennock Pass and Thelypteris palustris near Southerness

Cramond Island

Cramond Island Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Cramond Island, Edinburgh; Fern ID tour. Joint meeting with BSBI

Geilston Garden

Geilston Gardens Cardross, Dumbarton, United Kingdom

Geilston Garden, fern ID tour This is a Fern Identification Meeting, advertised as an opportunity to get to know the common ferns. It is particularly suitable for beginners, but all are welcome. Geilston is a NTS garden, just west of Cardross on the A814. Afterwards, we will go on to visit Glenarn Garden (where you … Continue reading Geilston Garden

Scottish Group – Leith Hall

Leith Hall Garden Leith Hall, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, United Kingdom

An extra meeting: We have been asked to carry out a fern survey at a Victorian rockery at Leith Hall, near Huntly, Aberdeenshire.  This rockery has a mixture of British, American and New Zealand species.  We have made last minute plans to visit the site on Tuesday, 12 August at 11 am.  If anyone would like to … Continue reading Scottish Group – Leith Hall

Scottish Group – Autumn Indoor Meeting

Lenzie Glasgow, United Kingdom

BPS Scottish Group meeting on Saturday 27 September 2014 at the house (and garden) of Frank & Linda McGavigan 12 Glenbank Ave, Lenzie, Glasgow G66 5AA Programme 10:30: Arrival, coffee, greetings 11.00: Tour of the garden 12.00: Plant sales & Book sales 12:30: Lunch 13.15: Adrian Dyer on ‘Henry Bradbury and his Nature-Prints’ 14:00: Bridget … Continue reading Scottish Group – Autumn Indoor Meeting

Scottish Group – Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond The Boatyard, Tarbet, Scotland, United Kingdom

The plan will be to explore a stretch of the West Highland Way on the east shore of Loch Lomond. We should meet at Tarbet on Loch Lomond at about 9.45am (park near Tarbet pier) and we’ll catch the passenger ferry to Inversnaid. The ferry costs £11.50 return and takes about 30 minutes each way (Click here for … Continue reading Scottish Group – Loch Lomond

Scottish Group – Bioblitz at Dawyck

Dawyck Botanic Garden Stobo, Near Peebles, Scottish Borders, United Kingdom

We (BPS) have been invited to take part in a Bioblitz at Dawyck Botanic Garden near Peebles on Saturday the 25th July. At a Bioblitz members of the public are invited to help record a wide range of species – including ferns! - which have naturally established. For us, it is a good occasion to … Continue reading Scottish Group – Bioblitz at Dawyck

Scottish Group – Weekend in Lochalsh

Balmacara Square Beth's Coffee Shop, Flat 4, The Steadings/The Square, Kyle, United Kingdom

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Chris Nicholson & Fiona MacKinnon

House (and garden) of Chris Nicholson & Fiona MacKinnon 8 Moray Place, Strathbungo, Scotland, United Kingdom

BPS Scotland Group meeting on Saturday 19 September 2015 at the house (and garden) of Chris Nicholson & Fiona MacKinnon 8 Moray Place, Strathbungo, Glasgow, G41 2AQ Programme 10:30: Arrival, coffee, greetings 11.00: Tour of the garden 12.00: Plant sales & Book sales 12:30: Lunch 13.15: Rachel Bailey: Show garden for Gardening Scotland 13:45: Chris … Continue reading Chris Nicholson & Fiona MacKinnon

Scottish Group: Creag Tronach, Dunkeld: Asplenium septentrionale monitoring

Creag Tronach Dunkeld, United Kingdom

Meet at Creag Tronach, near Dunkeld. Parking on a forest track near the site, to be confirmed. Bring a packed lunch. Initially, walking on a path to the first site, but later the terrain becomes more difficult (some slopes and loose soil and can be muddy). We did a reconnaissance trip to this site in … Continue reading Scottish Group: Creag Tronach, Dunkeld: Asplenium septentrionale monitoring

Scottish Group – Benmore Botanic Garden Bioblitz

Benmore Botanic Gardens Argyll, Benmore, United Kingdom

‘In a magnificent mountainside setting on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll lies Benmore, an enchanting Garden steeped in history and surrounded by dramatic scenery.’ One of its highlights is the impressive restored Victorian Fernery. Well worth a visit. Participate in recording the native ferns at Benmore and/or help present ferns to the public and/or simply … Continue reading Scottish Group – Benmore Botanic Garden Bioblitz

Scottish Group – Puck’s Glen

Puck's Glen Loch Lomond, Dunoon, United Kingdom

Puck’s Glen is one of the richest sites in the UK for native ferns. Meeting Place - One mile south of Benmore Botanic Garden in Foresty Commission car park NS 146839 (Sat Nav PA23 8QT), six miles north of Dunoon If time allows, we will go north to Loch Eck and look for washed up … Continue reading Scottish Group – Puck’s Glen

Scottish Group – Mountain ferns, Ben Vrackie, Pitlochry

Ben Vrackie Pitlochry , Perthshire, United Kingdom

Meet at 10am in the large car park at the tourist information centre on N side of the main Atholl Road (A924), grid ref. NN 9415 5805. We will then combine into fewer cars and drive to the car park beyond Moulin (NN 9435 5952). From here there is a path to the top of Ben Vrackie (NN 951 … Continue reading Scottish Group – Mountain ferns, Ben Vrackie, Pitlochry

Scottish Group – AGM

Muirburn Biggar, United Kingdom

10:30: Arrival, coffee, greetings 11.00: Tour of the garden 12.00: Plant sales & Book sales 12:30: Lunch 13.15:Programme to be arranged 15:00: Planning the Scottish Group Programme for 2017 15.30: Tea 16.00: Meeting closes

S: Ascog Fernery workday

Wemyss Bay Ferry Terminal Wemyss Bay, United Kingdom

Meet at the ferry terminal at Wemyss Bay, for the 10.15 ferry. I expect to return by the 4 pm ferry. We will car pool, to take as few cars across as possible. Ascog Fernery is now owned by Karin and Michael Burke. The plan is to assist in keeping the ferns in good condition, … Continue reading S: Ascog Fernery workday

S: NTS Arduaine Garden, Arduaine, Oban, Argyll

Arduaine Garden Arduaine, Oban, Argyll, United Kingdom

Arduaine Garden (NM 798 105) has a large collection of exotic ferns growing outside, and quite a few natives too. There is also a conservatory with several tender ferns and tree ferns. There is a charge for non-members of NTS: £6.00 (£5.00 for seniors). BYO packed lunch or eat lunch at the Chartroom 2 Bistro … Continue reading S: NTS Arduaine Garden, Arduaine, Oban, Argyll

S: Glenshee area, Cairngorms

Meet at lay-by south of Devil's Elbow on east side of the road (N0 133 753). Steep, rough walk up to screes for Polystichum lonchitis and other limestone ferns. On to the ski buildings at the Cairnwell to see large population of Botrychium and four species of clubmoss. If there is time, return by Drummore … Continue reading S: Glenshee area, Cairngorms

S: Annual Indoor Meeting

50 Liberton Brae 50 Liberton Brae, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Programme 10:30: Arrival, coffee, greetings 11.00: Tour of the garden 12.00: Plant sales & Book sales 12:30: Lunch 13.15: David Tricker (RBGE) 'Plant hunting excursions; ferns in China, Taiwan and Nepal' 14:00: Max Brown (University of Edinburgh) ‘Perspectives on parasitism of ferns’ 14:45: Review of 2017 programme 15:00: Planning the Scottish Group Programme for 2018 … Continue reading S: Annual Indoor Meeting

S: Brodick Castle Gardens, Isle of Arran

CalMac Ferries Ardrossan Harbour Rd, Ardrossan, United Kingdom

Brodick Castle is run by the National Trust for Scotland; formerly owned by the Hamilton family it comprises the castle (currently closed for renovations), gardens, country park and Goat Fell. The gardens are sheltered, south facing and benefit from the Gulf Stream. The mild, wet (very wet) climate is perfect for ferns. Highlights include large … Continue reading S: Brodick Castle Gardens, Isle of Arran

S: Mountain ferns in Glen Lyon

Meeting time/place to be arranged, depending on attendees. At our indoor meeting last year, Steve Munyard told us about easily accessible sites in Glen Lyon where we can expect to see a range of interesting mountain ferns, including Cystopteris montana, Woodsia alpina, and Polystichum lonchitis, as well as Asplenium viride and Dryopteris expansa. The first … Continue reading S: Mountain ferns in Glen Lyon

S: Annual Indoor Meeting, Bearsden, Glasgow

Alastair Wardlaw Glasgow, United Kingdom

Tour of the Wardlaw garden, coffee/tea and lunch provided! Including plant sales, book sales, fern-related presentations, and planning for 2018.

S: Ascog Fernery, Isle of Bute

Ascog, Isle of Bute PA20 9EU Ascog Fernery, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, United Kingdom

Our annual workday at the beautiful Ascog Fernery We will be starting off our 2019 season of fern events on Saturday 27 April with our annual workday at Ascog Fernery (http://ascogfernery.com/) on the Isle of Bute. This is a beautiful garden on a lovely island; it’s always a good day out. But also we can … Continue reading S: Ascog Fernery, Isle of Bute

S: Fossil Grove, Victoria Park, Glasgow

Victoria Park, Glasgow 51 Victoria Park Dr S, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Fossil Grove, Victoria Park, Glasgow Saturday 1 June, 10:30 am Organizer: Andy MacGregor andymacgregor@ymail.com Fossil Grove in Glasgow's Victoria Park is a set of 300 million year old fossilised casts of Lepidodendron scale trees (their nearest living relatives are the quillworts), excavated in the late 1800s and protected shortly after discovery by a small building. … Continue reading S: Fossil Grove, Victoria Park, Glasgow

S: Loch Brandy in Glen Clova

Loch Brandy, Glen Clova Kirriemuir, United Kingdom

Loch Brandy, Glen Clova. Leader Steve Munyard Meet at 11:00 am, at the Car park at NO 326731 (shown on the OS Explorer map) The walk from the parking area is about 1.5 miles across rough ground and tussock grass. We will take a packed lunch. Stout footwear and waterproofs are recommended. The site was … Continue reading S: Loch Brandy in Glen Clova

S: Creag nan Eun, Glen Shee

Creag nan Eun Loch nan Eun, Blairgowrie

BPS Scottish group meeting Saturday 17th August 2019 ‘Creag nan Eun’ (OS map 43: NO 134 754) Meet at 11am at the car park on the A93 at the southern end of the ‘Old Military Road’ (approximately 3 km south of the Glenshee ski centre). Leader: Clive Dixon: (clive_dixon@hotmail.com) This site does not look like … Continue reading S: Creag nan Eun, Glen Shee

A: Celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Benmore Fernery

Benmore Botanic Gardens Argyll, Benmore, United Kingdom

Mary Gibby (former President of the BPS) wrote the guide to the restored Victorian Fernery at Benmore Gardens (north of Dunoon). She will lead a tour of the fernery. Starts at 14:00. Booking essential. For more details, see: https://www.rbge.org.uk/whats-on/walk-benmore-fernery-10-years-on/29079

S: Doors Open Day at Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Glasgow Botanic Gardens 730 Great Western Rd, Glasgow, United Kingdom

A two day event - 21 and 22 September. This will include tours of the filmy fern house (not usually open to the public), and demonstrations of fern cultivation and spore sowing. There will be ferns books on display, and BPS book sales, in the library (Saturday only). We will have BPS Information and Activity … Continue reading S: Doors Open Day at Glasgow Botanic Gardens

S: Annual Indoor Meeting

Highfield House, Borders Muirburn, Skirling, Biggar, United Kingdom

Meeting at the house (and garden) of Frank Katzer Highfield House, Muirburn, near Skirling, Biggar, ML12 6HL (OS:NT 095412) Phone: 01899 860 307; mobile: 07763 473741 Programme 10.30: Arrival, coffee, greetings 11.00: Tour of the garden. With cold winters and wind exposure, Frank’s is a garden to test the hardiness of plants. He has around … Continue reading S: Annual Indoor Meeting

S: Workday at Ascog Fernery

Ascog, Isle of Bute PA20 9EU Ascog Fernery, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, United Kingdom

Ascog Fernery workday, Isle of Bute Meet at the ferry terminal at Wemyss Bay at 9:45, for the 10.05 ferry to Rothesay. We expect to return by the 4 pm ferry. We will car pool, to take as few cars across as possible. Any donation of ferns is welcome! Food: bring a packed lunch. Tea/coffee … Continue reading S: Workday at Ascog Fernery

S: Lycophytes on Shotts Bing

Shotts Bing shotts, United Kingdom

Meet at 11am. We should find Diphasiastrum alpinum and Lycopodium clavatum, as well as Botrychium (lunaria or nordicum?) and horsetails. There are other larger ferns in the area. The site is at about 236 m, and quite exposed. If it is at all windy it will be cold, so we'll need to have plenty of … Continue reading S: Lycophytes on Shotts Bing

S: Inland Asplenium marinum and a walk along the Tweed – Cancelled

Ladykirk House , United Kingdom

By the River Tweed near Ladykirk House (NT885 456) there is a colony of sea spleenwort, more than 10km from the sea. After a walk along the Tweed, we will go on to Paxton House near Berwick, to explore the grounds which are very ferny, and then have tea! More information will be available nearer … Continue reading S: Inland Asplenium marinum and a walk along the Tweed – Cancelled

S: Kirkton Glen, Balquhidder

Kirkton Glen Balquhidder, United Kingdom

Now that government guidelines are allowing a bit more venturing out, Andy and Natalie are keen to go ahead with this meeting on Saturday July 25. This type of outing should comfortably lend itself to social distancing. We will just have to avoid any hugging! If you are interested in participating or for more information, … Continue reading S: Kirkton Glen, Balquhidder

S: Annual Indoor Meeting, Strathbungo, Glasgow – Postponed until 2021

House (and garden) of Chris Nicholson & Fiona MacKinnon 8 Moray Place, Strathbungo, Scotland, United Kingdom

Postponed until 2021, but please let us know if you would like to join in for a Zoom meeting. Contact: bridgetlaue@blueyonder.co.uk Arrive 10:30am. Tour of Chris Nicholson’s garden, and fern-related presentations. Includes plant sales, book sales, and planning for 2021. Coffee/tea and lunch provided! More information will be available closer to the event. All are … Continue reading S: Annual Indoor Meeting, Strathbungo, Glasgow – Postponed until 2021

S: Spring Zoom meeting

A chance to say Hello, without having to travel anywhere. The meeting will feature two short illustrated talks: - Heather McHaffie will tell us about the ferns at Backhouse Rossie garden in Fife. - Margareta Thorssell will talk about growing ferns in Sweden. If anyone else has a fern story, or some slides, that you … Continue reading S: Spring Zoom meeting

S: Lycophytes on Shotts Bing

Schotts bing NS 8756 6180

Bings in central Scotland are of course the spoil heaps from shale mining. Some have been maintained because botanists discovered that they have been colonized by interesting plants. At Shotts Bing, about halfway between Glasgow and Edinburgh, we should find Diphasiastrum alpinum and Lycopodium clavatum, as well as Botrychium (lunaria or nordicum?) and horsetails. There … Continue reading S: Lycophytes on Shotts Bing

S: Mountain ferns near Tyndrum

Coire Ghamhnain, below Beinn Udlaidh, near Tyndrum, has lime-rich crags with interesting flora, including records of Woodsia, but also Cryptogramma, Asplenium viride, Dryopteris oreades, clubmosses, etc. (More details to follow.) Leader: Andy MacGregor

S: Autumn meeting – Glasgow Botanic Garden

Glasgow Botanic Gardens 730 Great Western Rd, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Leader: Chris Nicholson Programme 10.00: Arrival, greetings, tea/coffee 10.30: Tour of the glass houses and filmy fern house 12.00: Plant sales & BPS book sales 12.30: Lunch 13.15: Illustrated talks: Chris Nicholson: ‘Adder’s-Tongue on Barra’ Richard East: ‘Update on the Fossil Grove fernery’ Bridget Laue: ‘Ferns in Taiwan’ 14.45: Review of the Scottish group 2021 … Continue reading S: Autumn meeting – Glasgow Botanic Garden

S: Spring Zoom meeting

Zoom

We start off our 2022 season of the Scottish branch of the BPS with a catch-up, discussion of the programme for the year, and some short illustrated talks, including: “Scotland’s Endemic Fern” Heather McHaffie “Treasured fern books for auction” Frank Katzer “’On the trail of old fern records” Roger Golding Everyone is welcome to join; … Continue reading S: Spring Zoom meeting

S: Fossil Grove, Victoria Park, Glasgow

Fossil Grove 51 Victoria Park Dr S, Glasgow, United Kingdom

The Friends of Victoria Park hope to undertake another round of fern planting, to expand their outdoor fernery next to the famous tree clubmosses of Fossil Grove. BPS members have played a valuable role in designing and establishing the fernery, and our further efforts will be gratefully appreciated. Please let Andy know if you have … Continue reading S: Fossil Grove, Victoria Park, Glasgow

S: Extra fern outing, Arthur’s Seat

Arthurs Seat Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

At short notice, we are planning an extra fern outing, on Wednesday evening next week (25 May); a gentle stroll in Holyrood Park, Edinburgh. We hope to see several interesting things: - Adder’s-tongue fern (Ophioglossum vulgatum). Not at all rare, but not often seen! - at least three different horse tails (including Equisetum fluviatile and … Continue reading S: Extra fern outing, Arthur’s Seat

S: Hospitalfield Fernery, Arbroath and Coastal Path

Hospitalfield Fernery Westway, Arbroath, United Kingdom

We will visit the recently restored Victorian fernery at Hospitalfield House. Then walk north along the coastal path, admiring the scenery and looking for Asplenium marinum. More information will be available closer to the meeting. Please contact Mary for more information or if you would like to join Leader: Mary Gibby (mgibby@rbge.org.uk)

S: Linn Botanic Garden – note change of venue

Linn Botanic Garden Shore Rd, Cove, Helensburgh, United Kingdom

The beautiful Linn Botanic Garden is at Cove Bay on the Rosneath Peninsula, west of Helensburgh. The garden was developed by plant hunters (and former BPS members) Dr. Jim Taggart and his son Jamie. Jamie died while plant hunting in Vietnam in autumn 2013. The garden closed following the death of Jim, in October 2020.  … Continue reading S: Linn Botanic Garden – note change of venue

S: Annual Autumn Meeting, Edinburgh – cancelled

Bridget Laue 50 Liberton Brae, Edinburgh, Please select..., United Kingdom

Change in plans. Due to various complications we are going to cancel our annual autumn indoor meeting scheduled to Saturday 1 October. Hopefully we can continue as normal in 2023. However, the national autumn indoor meeting is to be held on the Sunday, 16 October at the Glasgow Botanic Gardens. This should be an interesting … Continue reading S: Annual Autumn Meeting, Edinburgh – cancelled

N&S: Autumn Meeting, Glasgow Botanic Garden

Glasgow Botanic Gardens 730 Great Western Rd, Glasgow, United Kingdom

Welcome to the autumn indoor BPS meeting 10.00 Meet at Hopkirk Room, Glasgow Botanic Garden for Coffee/tea 10:15 Welcome – Michael Hutchinson 10:30-12:30 Guided tours of the gardens, glasshouses and Kibble Palace. Stevie Jacusz will give a demo of spore sowing 12:30 Lunch back in Hopkirk Room (also book sales and plant sales) 1:15 Introduction … Continue reading N&S: Autumn Meeting, Glasgow Botanic Garden

S: Athyrium flexile at Glencoe

Glencoe Mountain Resort ski-lift Glencoe

Athyrium flexile is a fern only known in Scotland. Heather’s research showed that it is a (very distinctive) variety of Athyrium distentifolium, which has recently been renamed as Pseudathyrium alpestre. flexile only occurs at higher altitudes and usually requires strenuous exercise to see it. However, it occurs on Meall a Bhuiridh, close to the top … Continue reading S: Athyrium flexile at Glencoe

S: Spring Zoom meeting

We will start off the 2023 fern season with a Zoom meeting. Catch-up, discussion of the programme for the year, and two short illustrated talks. Janis Antonovics, an expert on plant diseases, will discuss “Fern Diseases” Kate Miller, Glasshouse Horticulturist at RBGE, will talk about the “RBGE Fern House Decant: Future proofing the collection” We … Continue reading S: Spring Zoom meeting

S: Killarney fern on Arran

Ardrossan ferry

Arran Excursion Saturday 27 May Our excursion to Arran is fast approaching. If you intend to join us, please let us know by e-mail to: lizadownie@protonmail.com Because of severe limitations in parking space at both fern sites, and also ferry costs, we will need to organise car sharing. If you are willing to take a … Continue reading S: Killarney fern on Arran

S: Woodsia alpina at Lochan na Lairige

Lochan na Lairige https://www.scottish-places.info/features/featurefirst8248.html

Last year at this site, just to the west of Ben Lawyers, Roger found Woodsia alpina, as well as other interesting ferns including Polystichum lonchitis and Dryopteris kerryensis (the first record in Scotland). No long distances, and little climbing, but rough terrain. Meet at the north of Lochan na Lairige (NN 595413) Leader: Roger Golding

S: Athyrium flexile at Glencoe

Glencoe Mountain Resort ski-lift Glencoe

Next meeting of the BPS Scottish group: Leader: Heather McHaffie Athyrium flexile is a fern found only in Scotland. While it was originally described as a separate species, Heather’s research at RBGE showed that flexile is a (very distinctive) variety of Athyrium distentifolium (the Alpine lady fern). A. distentifolium is rare, and var. flexile is … Continue reading S: Athyrium flexile at Glencoe

S: Dollar Glen/Rumbling Bridge

Dollar Glen 20 Castle Rd, Dollar, United Kingdom

Both Dollar Glen and Rumbling Bridge are very ferny places. They are also interesting geologically, with waterfalls and spectacular deep-sided ravines. We will walk up Dollar Glen about 1km; currently there is a bridge under repair which prevents us walking all the way up to Castle Campbell. Depending on the weather, or other factors, we … Continue reading S: Dollar Glen/Rumbling Bridge

S: Ferns behind the scenes at RBGE

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Inverleith Row, Edinburgh

This will be on a weekday evening, 16:00-18:00. A complete renovation of the glasshouses at RBGE is happening over the next few years. This enormous undertaking has meant that all plants, including ferns, have had to be cleared out to temporary housing, and the glasshouses are closed to the public. We will be given a … Continue reading S: Ferns behind the scenes at RBGE

S: Annual Autumn Meeting, Edinburgh

Bridget Laue 50 Liberton Brae, Edinburgh, Please select..., United Kingdom

Our final meeting of the year, the annual autumn meeting of the Scottish group of the BPS, is scheduled for Saturday 30 September. This year, we will be at my house: 50 Liberton Brae, Edinburgh, EH16 6AF Starting at 10:30am, we will have the usual garden tour, and sales of fern books and plants. After … Continue reading S: Annual Autumn Meeting, Edinburgh

S: Spring Zoom meeting

Zoom

Catch-up, discussion of the programme for the year, and some illustrated talks, including: Hazel France – Ferns in Singapore Botanic Gardens Michael Sundue – Documenting Colombian ferns Contact Bridget for Zoom details

S: Killarney fern on Arran

Ardrossan ferry

A trip to the east coast of Arran. We are planning to see Killarney fern (Vandenboschia speciosa), and the hybrid polypody Polypodium x mantonae. We may also visit a site south of Lamlash Bay to find Dryopteris cluthensis, or visit Brodick Castle gardens to explore what ferns are in the 47 acres there. Meeting place: … Continue reading S: Killarney fern on Arran

S: Ascog Fernery, Isle of Bute

Ascog, Isle of Bute PA20 9EU Ascog Fernery, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, United Kingdom

We will start by visiting the Victorian fernery at Ascog Hall. This will be our first return to Ascog since it was bought by its new owners (Josceline and Jane Wheatley). We will be there just to see how things look; we do not expect to be doing any weeding his year! After lunch, we … Continue reading S: Ascog Fernery, Isle of Bute

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