This is a photograph of Dirleton Castle showing the longest herbaceous border looking towards the entrance to the grounds. Now standing as a ruin, Dirleton Castle has boasted a garden (although perhaps not as grand as present day)probably since its earliest days as a medieval fortified residence.
Within the garden is a colourful blend of traditional formal gardens, manicured bowling greens and more contemporary plantings including the world’s longest herbaceous border.
This is part of a collection of Scottish photographs which show the variety of landscapes and natural features which make up the country of scotland. On the site, there are further pictures which show such diverse topics as scottish castles to images of industrial landscapes. Whatever you are looking for in terms of pictures images or photographs of scotland then hopefully you will find it here