Saturday 27 May, Saturday 24 June, Saturday 29 July, Saturday 26 August & Saturday 30 September, 1pm - 5pm (2023)
Admission £5.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Perennial 60%.
This two-acre organic working walled garden is being lovingly restored back to full production with the development of the ‘no dig’ method to grow many heritage and new varieties of vegetables with impressive results. The maturing herbaceous borders have the space to encourage drifts of colour and interest throughout the seasons. An opportunity to follow the garden throughout the growing season from late spring to autumn harvest, and to discuss and learn about the benefits of ‘no dig’. Paul and Teri will also open their own private Therapy Garden which is a beautiful contemplative space with serene water features, statuary, stonework and unusual plants.
Situated between Alyth and Meigle on the B954 opposite the sign to Jordanstone.
Please approach the gardens at low speed due to resident wildlife. Please no dogs.