The English Garden

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The Island of Mull, off the West Coast of Scotland, is justly famous for its scenery and wonderful wildlife. But there is another wonder to be found here. Set on the single-track coastal road facing Ulva, bordered with rocky hillsides and stony shorelines, Lip na Cloiche is an oasis of cultivated beauty. This garden, owned by Lucy Mackenzie Panizzon, comes as a complete surprise and has wonderful views out across the Isle of Ulva and the Treshnish Isles.

In 1995 Lucy bought the ruined bothy, Lip na Cloiche (‘Edge of the Rock’ in Gaelic) and built a cottage

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