The garden is 12 acres and in
1979 was covered in bracken and gorse,
it also has a commanding view over
Luce Bay and Mull of Galloway
The focal point of the garden centres around two small lochan and with the warm gulf stream allows the growing of exotic plants, a huge collection of trees and shrubs including eucalyptus, hollies, rhododendrons , hydrangeas and many other rare shrubs to flourish amongst this maze of hilly planting.
It is privately owned and the ground is still being cleared in order to extend the garden for future planting.
It has free parking, dogwalk, but no tree cover if dogs are left in the car, although guide dogs are allowed in the garden.
Toilets, plant sales area, restaurant (local produce) and the garden
is accessible for wheelchairs
with an energetic person, plus there is seating within the