Small cottage garden packed with rare and unusual plants. It comprises various ‘rooms’ containing myriad plants from potted herbs, spring bulbs and alpines in a raised bed, to a ‘jungle’ with a range of bamboos. Many other interesting plants include primula, hosta, meconopsis, fritillaria, trillium, allium, a large display of bonsai and auriculas.
National Plant Collection: Primula auricula (alpine)
Leave the A90 two miles south of Brechin and take the road to Menmuir (three-and-a-half miles). At the T junction turn right and No 3 is in the first group of cottages on your left (175 yards).
Saturday 1 June, 12pm - 4pm (2019)
Admission £3.00, children free.
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