Gardening Scotland 2014
The Kevock Garden Plants display at Gardening Scotland 2014
The structure of rocks came straight from Chelsea, but the plants were almost entirely new.
Once again the rocky outcrop had alpine plants, particularly saxifrages, while the cooler, damper areas had Meconopsis, Primulas and orchids.
There were plants for sale, but the sales area looked like an extension of the display.
The alpine area included Campanula moesiaca, Corydalis tomentella, Calceolaria biflora and Incarvillea zhongdianensis.
Saxifraga 'Nicholas' covered the steep rocks.
The Meconopsis were mainly 'Huntfield', and there was a wide range of candelabra and sikkimensis type of primulas.
There were lots of species of primulas, particularly at this corner, at the bottom of a mossy valley ....
.... and further round were Primula sikkimensis, in both the usual yellow form and in a wonderful deep red form.
Rare Primula ambita had even more flowers than at Chelsea.