Rampant Scotland Directory
Twelve Months of Scottish Flowers

Here are the flowers which have been used to illustrate the section of the weekly Scottish Newsletter which includes the photos of flowers and other plants taken during the month of July.

This begonia was one of many photographed in the greenhouse in the gardens at Falkland Palace in Fife.
This shot of rose "Pink Nostalgia" was taken at the International Rose Trials at Tollcross Park, Glasgow. There are another 23 large photos of these roses at this Web Site.

This photograph of a Wild Rose was taken shortly after a shower of rain and in one of the few spells of sunshine. It was growing as part of a garden hedge on the outskirts of Glasgow.
This illustration of July flowers in Scotland is of sweet peas in Bellahouston Park in Glasgow. The Parks Department have set up a trial of a large number of different varieties of sweet pea. This photograph was taken in between showers of rain - you may be able to make out the raindrops on the petals.

During a visit to Sir Walter Scott's neo-Baronial mansion in the Tweed Valley I was able to take lots of photos, including this one of a group of roses.
This unusual variety of Primula called "Viali" was photographed in the woods of Cluny Gardens, near Aberfeldy, in Perthshire.

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