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Brechin Gardens in June

Locations across Brechin DD9 6AW
The Gardeners of Brechin
Current Openings:
Description:
9 Pearse Street Brechin DD9 6JR (James Mackie): Opening in memory of its creator Irene Mackie, the well-known plantswoman whose love of plants is reflected in every inch of this beautiful tranquil garden.
Bishops Walk 11A Argyll St, Brechin DD9 6JL (Steff and Mike Eyres): A hidden walled garden planted with scented climbing and shrub roses, lavender’s, perennials and evergreen shrubs and conifers including an established Woolemi.
Gardeners Cottage (NEW) Fern, Brechin DD8 3FF (Nick and Michelle Tonge): Surrounded by a listed wall this two-acre garden, neglected for many years, is now a labour of love for the new owners.
Hoodston House (NEW) Findowrie DD9 6RF (Kat and Aaron Robertson): A work-in-progress family garden and wildlife haven created from scratch within last two years on a tight budget.
Kirkton Cottage (NEW) Aberlemno DD8 3PE (George Henry and Susan Norris): Nestled in a dip beside a stream, this country cottage garden is packed with plants.
Latchlea 17A North Latch Road, Brechin DD9 6LE (Pamela Stevens): A new garden begun as a way of coping with bereavement. Inspired by the Queen saying that 'everyone should plant as many trees as possible'.
Rosehill West 15C North Latch Road, Brechin DD9 6LF (Robert and Jenny Martin): An acre of newly planted garden, formerly a field, featuring mature original trees, herbaceous areas, fruit trees (quince and crab apple), and a path through recently planted trees.
Lower Duncraig 2, Castle Street, Brechin, DD9 6JN (Jan and Andrew Crow)
A densely planted, small town garden including rambling roses and a small wildlife pond.
Smiddyhill (NEW) 23 Dalhousie Street, Brechin DD9 7BB (Ian and Morag Wood): A beautifully-tended town garden full of surprises including a New Zealand type weather indicator!

Directions: Gardens are located around the town of Brechin. Look for the SGS yellow arrows.

Other details: Tickets and teas available at Gardner Memorial Church Hall, St Ninians Square, Brechin DD9 6AW.

Past Openings:
Sunday 26 June, 12pm - 5pm (2022)
Admission £5.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Gardner Community Association 30% & The Dalhousie Centre Day Care For The Elderly 30%.
The listing location on a map.
Past Openings:
Sunday 26 June, 12pm - 5pm (2022)
Admission £5.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Gardner Community Association 30% & The Dalhousie Centre Day Care For The Elderly 30%.