Take a tour of this traditional Scottish garden filled with sculpture

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  • Bughtrig, near Coldstream, is a traditional hedged Scottish family garden that dates from the 1780s. It features an interesting combination of herbaceous plants, shrubs, annuals and fruit. It is surrounded by fine specimen trees that provide remarkable shelter. The Ramsay family have owned the estate since 1938. The current owner is an art lover and there are various sculptures throughout the garden. Shown here is the Memorial Garden with a life-size bronze statue of the owner’s grandfather, Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay, mastermind of the Dunkirk evacuation and naval commander-in-chief of the D-Day landings.

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