Friday, August 14, 2015

Other things I could do with my life, #537.

Seen in the Summer/Autumn issue of Scottish Gardner:

The owners of a restored walled garden on the island of Mull are looking for a keen gardener who would be willing to take over the plot on a long lease.

The garden, which dates from 1780, was until recently operated as a nursery for rare plants but has now become vacant.

Owner Jonathan Quinn says: 'We hope that whoever takes it on will also be willing to design and create a new garden around the main house. The site covers four acres and we are quite open-minded as to the style of the garden.'

It was in this house that writer Elizabeth Luard penned some of her books and it is believed that Beatrix Potter was a visitor there as there are illustrations of views in Peter Rabbit that are identical to those in the garden.

Anyone interested in taking over the walled garden should contact xxx.

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2 comments:

Ann said...

Tempting as all of that sounds, I'd rather have you back home in Salt Lake, okay?

Lesley said...

I've loved reading all about your Scotland trip today! I say definitely apply for the one week cottage stay. That would be amazing.

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