Culross Palace Gardens:

Culross was a 16th century Scottish burgh famous for its coal mines, salt pans and the manufacture of iron griddles for export. Sir George Bruce, the wealthiest man in Culross, built the Palace. He also had a beautiful and useful garden, full of plants and herbs providing food and medicine for his household. We visit the Palace Gardens in Culross restored to its 16th century shape by the National Trust for Scotland. The gardener, Mark Jeffery, introduces us to a range of the plants and animals, and explains how they were used in the 16th century.