THE WOODLANDS & WILD GARDENS
The designed woodlands at Kaizlie was first laid down over 300 years ago and has many champion trees some considered to be the oldest in Scotland, including the famous Kailzie larch planted in 1725 – the oldest in the UK. The diverse collection of trees, both native and exotic, provide year-round interest and beauty to the garden.
There are many attractive paths, including burnside walks. Parts of the woodlands have been planted on a more open plan to encourage seasonal displays of bulbs and shrubs.