Blebo House sits in a beautiful formal garden surrounded by ancient yew hedges and walls covered with espaliered plum trees. Formal mixed beds of herbaceous plants and roses overlook parkland and Fife countryside. Many huge specimen trees including a statuesque Cedar of Lebanon. Beautiful summer house and a one-hole golf course. The house is surrounded by acres of flower-filled woodland which you are free to explore.Blebo Stables is to the south of Blebo House. This charming organic garden, in the original walled garden of the big house, is a cornucopia of delights with mature fruit trees, borders brimming over with flowers, heavily scented roses and an ornamental pond. The garden is shared by pygmy goats, hens, ducks and turkeys! There is also a very productive 'no-dig' vegetable garden and a Victorian glasshouse sporting figs, peaches and grapes.
Directions: Five miles west of St Andrews off the B939 between Pitscottie and Strathkinness. Bus from St Andrews or Cupar.
Sunday 14 June, 1pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Dogs Trust 30% & Alzheimer Scotland 30%.