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Shepherd House

Shepherd House

Inveresk, Musselburgh EH21 7TH
Sir Charles and Lady Fraser
Saturday/Sunday, 24/25 February, 11am - 4pm (2018)
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T:0131 665 2570 annfraser@talktalk.net
Shepherd House and its one acre garden form a walled triangle in the middle of the 18th century village of Inveresk. The main garden is to the rear of the house where the formality of the front garden is continued with a herb parterre and two symmetrical potagers. A formal rill runs the length of the garden, beneath a series of rose and clematis arches and connects the two ponds. There is a growing collection of specialist snowdrops which are mainly grown in beds and borders, some of which will be displayed in our 'Snowdrop Theatre'. An addition to the garden in 2014 was a Shell House, designed by Lachlan Stewart. The garden has been featured in many magazines and in 2015 appeared in Alan Titchmarsh's Britain's Best Back Gardens.

Directions: The garden is near Musselburgh. From the A1 take the A6094 exit signed Wallyford and Dalkeith and follow signs to Inveresk.

Dunninald Castle

Dunninald Castle

Montrose DD10 9TD
The Stansfeld Family
Saturday/Sunday, 24/25 February & Saturday/Sunday, 3/4 March, 1pm - 5pm (2018)
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T:01674 672031 estateoffice@dunninald.com
We welcome our visitors to explore our 100 acres of woods, wild garden, policies and a walled garden. From January to May the main interest is the wild garden and policies where snowdrops in January are followed by daffodils and finally bluebells in May. In June the emphasis turns to the walled garden; rich in interest and colour throughout the summer. Situated at the bottom of the beech avenue, the walled garden is planted with rose borders, traditional mixed borders, vegetables, herbs, soft fruits, fruit trees and a greenhouse.

Directions: Three miles south of Montrose, ten miles north of Arbroath, signposted from the A92.

Kailzie Gardens

Kailzie Gardens

Peebles EH45 9HT
Lady Buchan-Hepburn
Sunday 25 February, 10am - 4pm (2018)
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T:01721 720007 angela.buchanhepburn@btinternet.com
Semi-formal walled garden with shrubs and herbaceous borders, rose garden and excellent display of plants in large Victorian greenhouses. Woodland and burnside walks among spring bulbs, snowdrops, bluebells, rhododendrons and azaleas. The garden is set among fine old trees including a larch planted in 1725. Watch Osprey with live CCTV recordings of Ospreys nesting in the recently extended nature centre. Kailzie has been featured on Landward and Beechgrove Garden.
Champion Trees: Larch planted 1725

Directions: Two and a half miles east of Peebles on B7062.

Langley Park Gardens

Langley Park Gardens

Montrose DD10 9LG
Marianne and Philip Santer
Sunday 25 February, 10am - 4pm (2018)
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T:01674 810735 philipsanter1@gmail.com
Set overlooking Montrose basin, Langley Park Gardens include 27 acres of policies containing woodland walks with snowdrops nestling at the base of ancient and younger trees. Large drifts of snowdrops of many varieties can be admired around the wall of the three walled gardens and in the small arboretum. Walk down through the 20 acre wildflower meadow to see the snowdrops along the bank of the wildlife pond, enjoying the views of Montrose basin, Montrose, the hills and sea beyond. You will also be welcome to wander around the walled gardens to see them coming to life after their winter slumbers and see the promise of things to come.

Directions: Just off the A935 Montrose to Brechin Road, 1.5 miles from Montrose.

Kilgraston School

Kilgraston School

Bridge of Earn PH2 9BQ
Kilgraston School
Sunday 25 February, 1:30pm - 4pm (2018)
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T:01738 815517 marketing@kilgraston.com
Enjoy the carpet of snowdrops, admire the ancient yews, towering wellingtonias, and the resident red squirrels, whilst exploring the pathways and woodlands within the extensive ground of this 19th century house. Formerly home to the Grant family, it has been a girls' boarding school since 1930. Statues and sculptures, some by renowned architect Hew Lorimer, dot the landscape. There is a ruined chapel to visit in the grounds, a good children's play area and an excellent display of artwork within the school.

Directions: Bridge of Earn is three miles south of Perth on the A912. Kilgraston School is well signposted from the main road. Maps are available at http://www.kilgraston.com/contact.

Ecclesgreig Castle

Ecclesgreig Castle

St Cyrus DD10 0DP
Mr Gavin Farquhar
Sunday 4 March, 1pm - 4pm (2018)
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T:01224 214301 enquiries@ecclesgreig.com
Ecclesgreig Castle, Victorian Gothic on a 16th century core, is internationally famous as an inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. The snowdrop walk (150+ varieties of snowdrop) starts at the castle, meanders around the estate, along woodland paths and the pond, ending at the garden. In the Italian balustraded gardens there is a 140 feet long herbaceous border, classical statues and stunning shaped topiary with views across St Cyrus to the sea. Started from a derelict site, development continues. Also to be found in the grounds is the well of St Cyrus.

Directions: Ecclesgreig will be signposted from the A92 Coast Road and from the A937 Montrose/Laurencekirk Road.

Lawton House

Lawton House

Inverkeilor, by Arbroath DD11 4RU
Katie & Simon Dessain
Sunday 4 March, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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Woodland garden of beech trees carpeted with snowdrops and crocuses in spring set around a Georgian House. There is also a walled garden planted with fruit trees and vegetables. The property was owned for many years by Elizabeth and Patrick Allan Fraser who built Hospitalfield House in Arbroath.

Directions: Take B965 between Inverkeilor and Friockheim, turn right at sign for Angus Chain Saws. Drive approximately 200 metres, then take first right.

Cleghorn

Cleghorn

Stable House, Cleghorn Farm, Lanark ML11 7RN
Mr and Mrs R Eliot Lockhart
Sunday 4 March, 2pm - 4pm (2018)
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T:01555 663792 elliotlockhart.nicky@gmail.com
Eighteenth century garden which is gradually being renovated. Attractive walks through mature trees and shrubs. Recent replanting of a valley below a 12th century dam. Abundant snowdrops and visitors are welcome to return when the daffodils are in flower.

Directions: Cleghorn Farm is situated two miles north of Lanark on the A706.

Megginch Castle

Megginch Castle

Errol PH2 7SW
Mr Giles Herdman and The Hon. Mrs Drummond-Herdman of Megginch
Sunday 1 April, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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Join the great Megginch Easter Egg Hunt and see if the Lollipop Tree Fairy has decorated her Lollipop tree for this special occasion! Let your children run through the Heritage Orchard on a scavenger hunt and enjoy delicious home baked teas under the ancient Yew trees where monks once walked over a thousand years ago. Walk round the formal French parterre, past this romantic fifteenth century turreted castle (not open) through the unique Gothic stable yard and on to the double walled kitchen garden with its newly planted Cider Apple walk.

Directions: Approach directly off A90, Perth-bound carriageway, half a mile on the left after Errol/ Inchmichael flyover, between to stone lodge gatehouses. It is seven miles from Perth and eight from Dundee.

Fife Spring Trail

Fife Spring Trail

Various locations across Fife KY16 8QD
The Fife Gardeners
Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, 10/11/12 April 1pm - 5pm, Sunday 15 April (11:30am - 3:30pm), Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, 17/18/19 April 1pm - 5pm, Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, 24/25/26 April 1pm - 5pm, Tuesday 1 May (10am - 5pm), Thursday/Friday, 3/4 May 2pm - 5pm, Thursday 10 May (2pm - 5pm), Wednesday 16 May (10am - 4pm) & Wednesday 23 May (10am - 4pm) (2018)
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fife@scotlandsgardens.org
Running duringthe Spring this year in April and May, the Fife Gardeners are offering an opportunity to visit 12 privately owned gardens across Central and East Fife. This offers a very flexible way to keep up your weekly dose of beautiful gardens, and excellent value for money. Fife can look quite bleak in March, with brown arable fields and fringed by a cold North Sea, but by April, the countryside is starting to burst into verdant colours, and our gardens are also starting to bloom. A wide variety of gardens is on offer, from bluebell and daffodil woodlands, through natural style plantings of rhododendrons and other spring flowering shrubs, to more formal garden settings in some of Fife’s most notable gardens, large and small.
Cambo Plant Fair Kingsbarns KY16 8QD (Trustees of Cambo Heritage Trust)
Craigfoodie Dairsie KY15 4RU (Mr and Mrs James Murray)
Crail Gardens
2 Castle Street Crail KY10 3SQ (Mrs Jeni Auchinleck)
17 Marketgate Crail KY10 3TL (Jim and Kathleen Main)
Kenlygreen House Boarhills, St Andrews KY16 8PT (Mr & Mrs John Kilgour)
Myres Castle Auchtermuchty KY14 7EW (Henry and Amanda Barge)
South Flisk Blebo Craigs, Cupar KY15 5UQ (Mr and Mrs George Young)
Straiton Farmhouse Straiton Farm, Balmullo KY16 0BN (Mrs Barbara Pickard)
The Murrel Aberdour KY3 0RN (Mr and Mrs Alistair Bowen)
The Tower 1 Northview Terrace, Wormit DD6 8PP (Peter and Angela Davey)
Wemyss Castle Gardens Coaltown of Wemyss KY1 4TE (Mr and Mrs Michael Wemyss and Wemyss Estates Trustees)
Wormistoune House Crail KY10 3XH (Baron and Lady Wormiston)

Directions: Directions to each garden will be provided with the tickets.

Dundonnell House

Dundonnell House

Little Loch Broom, Wester Ross IV23 2QW
Lady Rice
Thursday 12 April, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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T:07789 390028
Camellias, magnolias and bulbs in spring, rhododendrons and laburnum walk in this ancient walled garden. Exciting planting in new borders gives all year colour centred around one of the oldest yew trees in Scotland. A new water sculpture, midsummer roses, restored Edwardian glasshouse, riverside walk, arboretum - all in the valley below the peaks of An Teallach.
Champion Trees: Yew and Holly

Directions: Turn off the A835 at Braemore on to the A832. After 11 miles take the Badralloch turn for ½ mile.

Winton Castle

Winton Castle

Pencaitland EH34 5AT
Sir Francis Ogilvy Winton Trust
Sunday 15 April, 12pm - 4:30pm (2018)
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T:01875 340222
The gardens continue to develop and improve. In addition to the natural areas around Sir David's Loch and the Dell, extensive mixed borders are taking shape for the terraces and walled garden. In spring a glorious covering of daffodils makes way for cherry and apple blossoms. Enjoy an informative tour of this historic house and walk off delicious lunches and home baking around the estate. A visit to Winton Castle is a wonderful family day out.

Directions: Entrance off the B6355 Tranent/Pencaitland Road.

Auchmacoy

Auchmacoy

Ellon AB41 8RB
Mr and Mrs Charles Buchan
Sunday 15 April, 1pm - 4pm (2018)
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Auchmacoy House's attractive policies feature spectacular displays of thousands of daffodils.

Directions: A90 from Aberdeen. Turn right to Auchmacoy/Collieston.

Kilarden

Kilarden

Rosneath G84 0PU
Carol Rowe
Sunday 15 April, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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Sheltered hilly ten acre woodland part of a 20 acre property with a notable collection of species and hybrid rhododendrons gathered over a period of 50 years by the late Neil and Joyce Rutherford as seen on the Beechgrove Garden. The collection has been augmented in the last 18 years by the current owner. Elsewhere during this time hurricane and severe storm damaged broad leaved trees and mature specimens of conifers have been cleared as have commercial conifers and Rhododendron ponticum. Fruit trees and bushes have been established, of which apples and blueberries are particularly successful, despite a far from favourable north facing shady site.

Directions: A ¼ of a mile from Rosneath off the B833.

3 Millhall

3 Millhall

Shore Road, Kirkcudbright DG6 4TQ
Mr Alan Shamash
Sunday 15 April, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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Impressive five acre garden with a large collection of mature shrubs, including over 200 rhododendron species, many camellias, perennials, over 300 hydrangeas and many rare Southern Hemisphere plants. The garden is on a steep hillside running along the rocky shore of the Dee Estuary in Kirkcudbright Bay, close to the beach at the Dhoon and three miles from Kirkcudbright.

Directions: On the B727 between Kirkcudbright and Borgue on the west shore of the Dee Estuary. Parking at Dhoon beach public car park, about three miles south of Kirkcudbright. There is a five to ten minute walk to the house.

Crarae Garden

Crarae Garden

Inveraray PA32 8YA
The National Trust for Scotland
Tuesday 17 April, 10am - Dusk (2018)
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T:01546 886614 kcogan@nts.org.uk
Crarae is a rugged woodland garden which has spectacular displays of rhododendrons in May and June, a narrow gorge with waterfalls, pools, and varied wildlife from red squirrels and pine martens to otters. Above the garden is the forest garden, a very wild area which was planted in the 1930s as an experiment. This area now has stands of fine tall trees in a unique wild setting but is not open to the public.
National Plant Collection: Nothofagus
Champion Trees: Abies, acer and chamaecyparis

Directions: On A83 ten miles south of Inveraray. Bus Invereray-Lochgilpead

Brodie Castle

Brodie Castle

Brodie, Forres IV36 2TE
The National Trust for Scotland
Saturday/Sunday, 21/22 April, 10:30am - 4pm (2018)
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T:01309 641371
The grounds of Brodie Castle are carpeted with daffodils in the spring and include a National Collection of over 110 different cultivars bred at the property by a former laird. Work has been done to continue to improve this collection. Good displays of other spring bulbs and shrubs including dog's tooth violet and rhododendrons. On these special SGS open days garden staff will be leading guided tours of the garden and talking about the history of the daffodil collection at Brodie. See the NTS website nearer the date for the tour times.
National Plant Collection: Narcissus (Brodie cvs.)

Directions: Off A96 4½ miles west of Forres and 24 miles east of Inverness.

Crarae Garden

Crarae Garden

Inveraray PA32 8YA
The National Trust for Scotland
Sunday 22 April, 10am - Dusk (2018)
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T:01546 886614 kcogan@nts.org.uk
Crarae is a rugged woodland garden which has spectacular displays of rhododendrons in May and June, a narrow gorge with waterfalls, pools, and varied wildlife from red squirrels and pine martens to otters. Above the garden is the forest garden, a very wild area which was planted in the 1930s as an experiment. This area now has stands of fine tall trees in a unique wild setting but is not open to the public.
National Plant Collection: Nothofagus
Champion Trees: Abies, acer and chamaecyparis

Directions: On A83 ten miles south of Inveraray. Bus Invereray-Lochgilpead

Benmore Botanic Garden

Benmore Botanic Garden

Benmore, Dunoon PA23 8QU
A Regional Garden of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Sunday 22 April, 10am - 6pm (2018)
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T:01369 706261 benmore@rbge.org.uk/benmore
Benmore's magnificent mountainside setting is a joy to behold. Its 120 acres boast a world-famous collection of plants from the Orient and Himalayas to North and South America. An impressive avenue of giant redwoods, one of the finest entrances to any botanic garden in the world. Established in 1863, these majestic giants stand over 50 metres high. Seven miles of trails throughout lead to a restored Victorian Fernery and dramatic viewpoint at 140 metres looking out to surrounding mountains and Holy Loch. Traditional Bhutanese and Chilean pavilions and the magnificent Golden Gates.
National Plant Collection: Abies, South American Temperate Conifers, Picea

Directions: Seven miles north of Dunoon or 22 miles south from Glen Kinglass below Rest and Be Thankful pass. On A815. Bus service is limited.

Westhall Castle

Westhall Castle

Oyne, Inverurie AB52 6RW
Mr Gavin Farquhar and Mrs Pam Burney
Sunday 22 April, 1pm - 4pm (2018)
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T:01224 214301 enquiries@ecclesgreig.com
Set in an ancient landscape in the foothills of the impressive foreboding hill of Bennachie. A circular walk through glorious daffodils with outstanding views. Interesting garden in early stages of restoration, with large groupings of rhododendrons and specimen trees. Westhall Castle is a 16th century tower house, incorporating a 13th century building of the bishops of Aberdeen. There were additions in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. The castle is semi-derelict, but stabilised from total dereliction. A fascinating house encompassing 600 years of alteration and additions.

Directions: Marked from the A96 at Old Rayne and from Oyne Village.

Bemersyde

Bemersyde

Melrose TD6 9DP
The Earl and Countess of Haig
Sunday 22 April, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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Sixteenth century peel tower reconstructed in the seventeenth century with added mansion house. Glorious show of daffodils around the house. Woodland garden and walks along the River Tweed, good footwear required.

Directions: From A68 follow signs to Scott's View and then follow the yellow Scotland's Gardens Scheme signs to Bemersyde.

Kilmacolm Plant Sale

Kilmacolm Plant Sale

outside Kilmacolm Library, Lochwinnoch Road, Kilmacolm PA13 4EL
Scotland's Gardens Scheme - Renfrewshire
Saturday 28 April, 10am - 12pm (2018)
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Spring plant sale in the centre of Kilmacolm.

Directions: The plant sale will be held at the Cross outside the Library and Cargill Centre. Accessible by McGill Buses.

Arduaine Garden

Arduaine Garden

Oban PA34 4XQ
The National Trust for Scotland
Sunday 29 April, 9:30am - 4:30pm (2018)
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T:01852 200366 arduaine@nts.org.uk
Outstanding 20 acre coastal garden created over 100 years ago on the south facing slope of a promontory separating Asknish Bay from Loch Melfort. This remarkable hidden paradise, protected by tall shelterbelts and influenced favourably by the North Atlantic Drift, grows a wide variety of plants from all over the globe. Internationally known for its rhododendron species collection, the garden also features magnolias, camellias, azaleas and other wonderful trees and shrubs, many being tender and rarely seen. A broad selection of perennials, bulbs, ferns and water plants ensure year-long interest.
Champion Trees: Nine including Gevuina avellana

Directions: Off the A816 Oban-Lochgilphead, sharing an entrance with the Loch Melfort Hotel.

Claymoddie Garden

Claymoddie Garden

Whithorn, Newton Stewart DG8 8LX
Mrs Mary Nicholson
Sunday 29 April, 11am - 5pm (2018)
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T:01988 500422 mary.claymoddie@aol.co.uk
This romantic five acre garden, designed and developed by the owner, an avid landscaper and plantsman, reflects half a century of dedicated work. It provides a range of timeless, intimate settings, both shady and sunny, for a vast range of plants from both hemispheres, all helped by the proximity of the Gulf Stream. Running through the lower part of the garden is the burn feeding a large pond which, along with the variety of plants and their backdrop of mature woodland, provides the perfect habitat for wildlife, in particular birds. There are changes in levels, but most of the garden is accessible to wheelchairs.

Directions: From Whithorn take the A746 south for two miles to Glasserton crossroads, turn left onto the B7004. After 300 yards turn right up farm road signed Claymoddie.

Eastfield and Redcliff Gardens

Eastfield and Redcliff Gardens

Whittingehame EH41 4QA
Mr & Mrs J Harper and Mr & Mrs D Shaw-Stewart
Sunday 29 April, 1pm - 6pm (2018)
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T:01368 850210
These complementary gardens, very different in style and planting, are set against the backdrop of Deuchrie Dod and Pressmannan Wood.
Eastfield Whittingehame, Haddington EH41 4QA (Mr & Mrs D Shaw-Stewart): Eastfield has recently been created from a farm steading building. All young planting, new hedges and large courtyard garden.
Redcliff Whittinghame, Haddington EH41 4QA (Joe and Jenny Harper): Redcliff was built as the factor's house to Whittingehame Estate, home of Prime Minister A J Balfour. The established garden is terraced and runs down to the Whittingehame water.

Directions: A199 to East Linton bypass and turn right, follow road to Whittinghame for 2.4 miles. From Haddington, A199 to East Linton bypass and turn right, follow road to Whittinghame for 2.4 miles. Redcliff is the red sandstone house at the top of the hill at Whittinghame.

The Pass House

The Pass House

Kilmahog, Callander FK17 8HD
Dr and Mrs D Carfrae
Sunday 29 April, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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Well planted, medium sized garden with steep banks down to a swift river. The garden paths are not steep. There are lovely displays of camellias, magnolias, rhododendrons, azaleas, alpines and shrubs. The Scotland's Gardens Scheme plaque awarded for 25 years of opening is on display.

Directions: Two miles from Callander on the A84 to Lochearnhead.

Balcarres

Balcarres

Colinsburgh KY9 1HN
The Earl and Countess of Crawford and Balcarres
Sunday 29 April, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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T:01333 340205 (Estate Office)
The garden at Balcarres is always very exciting in the Spring with interesting plants and a profusion of colour. There will be a multitude of daffodils, snowdrops, primroses, polyanthus and smilacina together with many other spring plants. The Woodland Walk will also be bursting with life with much variety and colour including hostas, trillium and a multitude of bulbs.

Directions: Half a mile north of Colinsburgh off A942. Bus to Colinsburgh.

The Steading at Clunie

The Steading at Clunie

Newmill of Kinloch, Clunie, Blairgowrie PH10 6SG
Jean and Dave Trudgill
Sunday 29 April, 2pm - 5pm (2018)
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T:01250 884263
The Steading at Newmill is situated on The Lunan Burn midway between Lochs Clunie and Marlee. There is a small cottage garden with a fish pond that leads on to the wild flower meadow that, hopefully, will be carpeted with cowslips. A bridge over the tail-race of the old mill is the start of the woodland walk around two ponds and for more than 0.5km along the Lunan Burn with displays of wood anemones, lady's smock and primoses. The area is a haven for wildlife with beavers burrowing into the banks of the mill race.

Directions: Three miles west of Blairgowrie on the A923. About 600 metres after the Kinloch Hotel in the direction of Dunkeld take the track on the left, just after a mobile phone mast and a breeze block wall. There is parking for ten vehicles on a paved area, and ample parking in a neighbour's field, provided the ground is not soft.

Brodick Castle & Country Park

Brodick Castle & Country Park

Brodick, Isle of Arran KA27 8HY
The National Trust for Scotland
Wednesday 2 May, 12pm - 2pm (2018)
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T:01770 302202 brodickcastle@nts.org.uk
At any time of year the gardens are well worth a visit, though especially in spring when the internationally acclaimed rhododendron collection bursts into full bloom. There are exotic plants and shrubs, a walled garden and a woodland garden to be enjoyed by garden enthusiasts, families and children. Venture out into the country park and discover wildflower meadows where Highland cows graze, woodland trails and tumbling waterfalls. There is something for everyone.
National Plant Collection: Rhododendron (subsect Grandia, subsect Falconera, and subsect Maddenia)
Champion Trees: Several

Directions: Brodick two miles. Buses from Brodick Pier to Castle. Regular sailings from Ardrossan and Claonaig (Argyll). Info from Caledonian MacBrayne, Gourock, 01475 650100.

Abernethy Open Gardens

Abernethy Open Gardens

Abernethy PH2
The Gardeners of Abernethy
Saturday 5 May, 10am - 5pm (2018)
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The gardens range from individual plots of a few metres square in a sheltered housing scheme to much bigger gardens with ponds, ornamental trees and orchards.
5 Sutherland Crescent PH2 9GA (Gill Boardman): Once a garden of decking, transformed in 2012 to grasses, perennials and structural shrubs. Silver birch trees, rowan trees, laurel and beech hedges, and golden privet on the boundaries.
7 Drum Gate PH2 9SA (Helen Morrison): An attractive garden with a young woodland with matasequoias, tulip tree, fruit trees, and a children’s Hideaway Cottage for bird watching.
An na Beatha 27-29 Main Street, PH2 9JH (Heather and Reid Martin): Situated in the conservation area of Abernethy. There is a small orchard of mainly ancient Scottish apple trees, vegetables beds, and a polytunnel.
Eastbank Cottage Perth Road, PH2 9LR (Mike Thompson): Traditional Scottish cottage, a third of an acre garden, walled and bounded by a small burn to the east and with erythroniums, azaleas, rhododendrons wood anemones, trillium and a fine display of clematis.
James Roy Court PH2 9HZ : A sheltered housing development in the old primary school in the village. The residents, working with thin soils and awkward spaces, have created fantastic individual gardens.
Nurse Peattie's Garden PH2 (Keir Allan): An awkward small triangular shady plot, lovingly cared for by village residents for the community. Nurse Peattie was a much loved District Nurse and the garden was made in her memory.
Struan House Station Road, PH2 9JS (Alan Fraser): Three distinct small to medium gardens in one. Two large ponds have been created allowing water lilies, frogs, fish and wildlife to thrive.

Directions: Seven miles south of Perth. Leave the M90 at Junction 9 and follow signs for Abernethy, Newburgh and Cupar on the A912 for approximately five miles. Go left (straight on) at the mini roundabout. The church hall, for teas and tickets, and carpark will be signposted on the day.