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.
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.
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.
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.
Saturday 5 May, 10am - 5pm (2018)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Scotland's Charity Air Ambulance 30% & Abernethy in Bloom 30%.
Any questions about the gardens should be directed to Keir Allen (01738 850676)