Blooming Dumfries

Discover some of the flowers that bring colour to the Queen Elizabeth Walled Garden

By Dumfries House Estate

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Daffodils

These Daffodils are a variety known as Narcissus ‘Tete-a-tete’ in the parterres of The Queen Elizabeth Walled Garden.

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These daffodils atr adjacent to The Doocot, one of the estate's oldest buildings that was refurbished by students of The Prince's Foundation's Building Craft Programme in 2014.

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Anemone

Here you can see some Anemone blanda flowering in the herb garden within The Queen Elizabeth Walled Garden.

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Aspidistra Elatior

Aspidistra elatior in flower within The Queen Elizabeth Walled Garden display house. The star-shaped flowers are pollinated by snails and slugs and appear at the base of the plant
Prunus persica var. nectarine `Madame Blanchet`.

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Flowering Shrubs

The flowering shrub Cornus Mas can be found in the woodland garden and adjacent to The Health and Wellbeing Centre.

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And this is Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Aphrodite’ (a type of witch hazel) can be found in the woodland garden and at The Health and Wellbeing Centre.

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