Andrea Sinclair Garden Designer

Passionate about plants and design
A garden designer based in Aberdeenshire


Scotland Open Garden Scheme

Andrea opens her garden under the

Scotland's Gardens Scheme
Scotland's Gardens, a registered charity created in 1931, raises funds for other deserving charities by facilitating the opening of gardens of horticultural interest of all sizes throughout Scotland to the public.
Please see the website http://www.scotlandsgardens.org/* and search for 'Clayfolds' to find out visiting dates.

The garden is a small informal country garden extending to half an acre with a further six acres of wild flowers,
native trees and a pond. 
In the main garden there are mixed borders  filled with a wide variety of bulbs, hardy perennials and shrubs. 
The wildlife area of six acres is still in development but has over 500 native trees & shrubs, and wildflowers, including marsh orchids.  This area has already  attracted many and varied birds and animals.









Featured in the Press&Journal, June 2017  "a rather special garden" 

Featured in Mearns Leader, July 2017 'Local garden opens for charity'

2017:  - over 120 visitors to the garden on the Open Day




 Mr Lowry visits Clayfolds!

Follow Mr Lowry's doggie blog at:
http://www.scotlandsgardens.org/mr-lowrys-doggie-blog