So long Summer

September 16, 2019By Jennifer Kelly: AdminBlog No Comments

The season is turning and quite frankly I’ll be glad to see the back of a pretty gloomy summer! We should be busy harvesting plums as I write this, but we’ve had the worst crop in years. The combination of a dry spring followed by a cold and wet summer has hit the trees hard … Read More

Farewell August…

August 29, 2019By Jennifer Kelly: AdminBlog, Gardening advice No Comments

August is always a good month in the garden, the beds are full, visitors are streaming through the gates and the gardeners are happy. Harvesting is the biggest job at this time of year, it can be hard to keep up with the demand for fresh peas, new potatoes, kale, beetroot and salad leaves for … Read More

Blooming Success for Flower Weekend

August 20, 2019By Jennifer Kelly: AdminBlog, Events 1 Comment

Hundreds flocked to Gordon Castle Walled Garden in Fochabers last weekend (17th & 18th August) for the Flower Farmers Big Weekend. Part of a nationwide initiative launched by Flowers from the Farm, there were over 100 events across Britain celebrating home-grown flowers. The initiative aims to encourage both florists  and consumers to consider home-grown varieties. … Read More

All thanks to Charlie | Real Life Wedding

April 3, 2019By Jennifer Kelly: AdminBlog, Wedding 3 Comments

October is one of our favourite wedding seasons at Gordon Castle –  full of colour and gorgeous sun-kissed evenings. When Phil and Katie were married here on 27th October 2018, their day was no exception. Surrounded by close friends and family, it was a weekend-long celebration. Pre-wedding celebrations began on the Friday by taking full … Read More

First Day Of Spring

March 20, 2019By Jennifer Kelly: AdminBlog 1 Comment

First Day of Spring It looks as though spring has sprung early this year, our apricot trees came into flower almost six weeks earlier than last year and we’ve already enjoyed a spectacular display from the crocus. The buds on the apple and pear trees are on the brink of bursting and we’ve already seen … Read More