Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pinkfeet geese overflying Threave Estate by NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

Pinkfeet geese overflying Threave Estate by NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

River Dee path (restored 2014 post surge damage Jan.)

River Dee path (restored 2014 post surge damage Jan.)

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter

Pam Woods (Gallwwwanders) on Twitter


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Pinkfeet geese overflying Threave Estate by NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

Pinkfeet geese overflying Threave Estate by NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

Threave Estate by NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

Threave Estate by NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

Red squirrel, great spotted woodpecker & pheasants at Eskrigg reserve feeders by Jim Rae Wildlife

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Red squirrel, great spotted woodpecker & pheasants at Eskrigg reserve feeders by Jim Rae Wildlife

NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

NTS Dumfries and Galloway Countryside Team

Of the many landscaped features on show, highlights include the naturalised spring flowering daffodil displays, a 1 acre working walled garden adorned with herbaceous borders, and many climbing plants and fruit and vegetables. There are beautiful glasshouse displays of exotic plants, a woodland garden, and many different types of trees, shrubs, and herbaceous flowering plants.

Of the many landscaped features on show, highlights include the naturalised spring flowering daffodil displays, a 1 acre working walled garden adorned with herbaceous borders, and many climbing plants and fruit and vegetables. There are beautiful glasshouse displays of exotic plants, a woodland garden, and many different types of trees, shrubs, and herbaceous flowering plants.

Threave Estate and Gardens. Castle Douglas.

Threave Estate and Gardens. Castle Douglas.

Pine cone carved from wood. Threave Estate and Gardens. Castle Douglas

Pine cone carved from wood. Threave Estate and Gardens. Castle Douglas

Read more about Threave Bat Reserve and its success in conserving Scotland's bats here: http://www.ntsusa.org/threave-bat-reserve/

Read more about Threave Bat Reserve and its success in conserving Scotland's bats here: http://www.ntsusa.org/threave-bat-reserve/

The House is now home to the National Trust for Scotland’s School of Practical Gardening: its one-year course has been running since the 1950s, and is much in demand. The results of the students’ work can be seen all over the garden. The students even get to stay in Threave House itself!

The House is now home to the National Trust for Scotland’s School of Practical Gardening: its one-year course has been running since the 1950s, and is much in demand. The results of the students’ work can be seen all over the garden. The students even get to stay in Threave House itself!

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