Scottish Gazebo, Architecture, Pitmedden Gardens Photo, Location, Scotland, Picture
Scottish Gazebo, Aberdeenshire
Pitmedden Architecture – North East Scotland building, UK
Pitmedden Gardens, Aberdeenshire
scanned photos from 1991, by architect adrian welch
Gazebo at corner of walled garden – exterior from inside walled garden + interior:
More details re Pitmedden Gardens building online soon
Pitmedden Garden is a garden in the town of Pitmedden, Aberdeenshire, Scotland owned by the National Trust for Scotland.
The garden is noted for its geometric parterres which vary in shape from a thistle to Sir Alexander Seton’s coat of arms. Pitmedden also has several long, varied borders which run along the garden walls. Sir Alexander Seton and Dame Margaret Lauder, his wife, established a house and garden at the site in 1675. The original garden was destroyed by fire in 1818.
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