slide

Inspire

Winter Colour Ideas

There are lots of options for keeping plenty of colour in your garden over the winter. Some of our favourites are:


mixed_holly_257x200.JPG

Holly

A traditional favourite and with good reason. Attractive variegated foliage
features on the 'Golden King', 'Ferox Argentea', 'Golden van Tol' and
'Argentea Marginata' varieties.

dogwood.jpg

Cornus

Commonly known as dogwood, their brightly coloured stems really
stand out in the winter.

conifers_224_x_200.JPG

Conifers

Offer various colour alternatives to green including yellow, blue, copper.


HEathers_305x200.JPG

Heathers

Inexpensive, easy to maintain and combine well with lots of other plants.
A selection of Erica Carnea and Erica x darleyensis in stock.


viburnum_lisa_rose.JPG

Viburnum

Variety shown here is 'Lisa Rose'. In bud at the moment, to be followed
by pink and white flowers as winter progresses.

Winter Pot Colours

Here's a small selection of seasonal pots and containers created by our staff to give you some ideas:


winter_container_4.JPGwinter_container_2.JPG

winter_container_1.JPG

Heuchera, Wallflower,

Ornamental Kale, Ivy

Ornamental Kale, Ivy,

Curry Plant, Tiarella




Bellis,Wallflower,

Holly, Heucherella

Garden Centre Displays

Part of the Garden Centre is regularly devoted to inspirational displays of plants - come and be inspired!

Scotland's Garden Scheme

We are proud to be a member of Scotland's Garden Scheme and find inspiration in the many and varied gardens which open for the charity throughout the year. Our Open Day usually takes place towards the end of August - check the listings for details.

Discover Scottish Gardens

Please dip into this Website and find details of events and festivals at private gardens in Scotland, Scotland's Botanical Gardens and other plant nurseries in Scotland.

Opening Times


Opening days and hours:-

Monday to Saturday 0800 - 1600

Sunday 1000 - 1600


For those who can't visit we are happy to send plants by mail.

For further information

01463 741698 or 01463 741365

shop@highlandliliums.co.uk

Directions


From Inverness you head west on the A862 then take the A833 to Kiltarlity.

Once through the Village just follow the signs for 'Garden Centre'.

Map