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August 2020

The Flower Farmers BIG Weekend

August 15 - August 16
The Walled Garden Cafe, Gordon Castle Walled Garden
Fochabers, IV32 7PQ
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£6
The Flower Farmes Big Weekend

Join us at Gordon Castle Walled Garden for The Flower Farmers Big Weekend! Discover Gordon Castle Walled Garden – one of Britain’s oldest and largest walled gardens. With four huge flower beds and over 60 varieties, we are taking part in the Big Weekend to champion British grown cut flowers. Included in your garden entry, owner Zara Gordon Lennox will take you for a tour of the garden and cut flower beds. Tours at 2.30pm on Saturday and Sunday. Plus,…

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September 2020

Garden Market 2020

September 12 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Walled Garden Cafe, Gordon Castle Walled Garden
Fochabers, IV32 7PQ
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£3
Garden market 2019

Our annual Garden Market will celebrate the best in fresh seasonal garden produce from fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs and plants. We will have flower and wreath demonstrations, hands-on displays from local artisans, children’s play, free garden entry and garden trail. We will also be welcoming local crafters and artists for the event. The garden will be alive with music from local musicians. We will have gin cocktails, craft cider and beer. For the foodies we’re offering a delicious BBQ with…

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Hand Tied Bouquets with Georgie Newbery

September 19 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Walled Garden Cafe, Gordon Castle Walled Garden
Fochabers, IV32 7PQ
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£55
Picking Flowers in Gordon Castle Walled Garden

Learn from the best - author and cut flower expert Georgie Newbery joins us in our Scottish garden for the first time! Together you will explore our historic eight-acre Walled Garden, pick a selection from our four cut flower beds and then spend time learning to make hand-tied bouquets. People often find they are good at growing flowers, but are nervous of cutting and arranging them, fearing that cutting the flowers will leave their garden looking shorn, and the flowers…

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