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Day Tripping (3) – Culzean garden

Posted by Jackie on March 18, 2009


Because the west of Scotland benefits from the Gulf Stream, you quite often find exotic plants that you wouldn’t expect this far north. This is the garden on one side of Culzean Castle.

Pronunciation. Cullayne (emphasis on the 2nd syllable). I’m sure the Scots will be on board soon to add any nuances I’ve missed. But miss out the z for a start πŸ™‚

7 Responses to “Day Tripping (3) – Culzean garden”

  1. Jacob said

    Beautiful photo of a beautiful place. I’ve read of how the Gulf Stream influences countries in your area…this is a prime example.

  2. tash said

    I’m really enjoying this series of photos. Palm trees and amazing stone work.

  3. I’ve never yet been to Culzean, thanks for showing it and the prononciation guide!

  4. Katya said

    So very beautiful! Seeing such foliage in northern climes seems like a visual oxymoron! I think Scotland must be very much like the states of Washington and Oregon in the US, where the weather is much kinder than our northeastern seaboard!

    A lovely photo!

  5. m_m said

    Very nice place! Great photo!

  6. marley said

    Love all these photos, it looks a great place πŸ™‚

  7. Indeed a cool image πŸ™‚

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