Come and see this lovely collection of gardens, some new this year.
9, Pearse Street
DD9 6JR (Irene and James Mackie): A recently redesigned garden with 10 newly planted trees, a wide interestingly planted colourful herbaceous border. Lovely lawn leading a secluded and rural feel to this town garden. A huge collection of ferns is a unique feature of this garden, unusually planted to mingle with other herbaceous.
11A Argyll St, DD9 6JL (Steff and Mike Eyres): Winding paths lead through an eclectic mix of perennials, shrubs, conifers (including a young Wollemi Pine in a pot) and roses within this walled garden, accessed through the potting shed! NEW!
Brechin Cathedral Allotments
Chanory Wynd, DD9 6EU (Brechin Cathedral Allotments Gardeners): Eleven varied plots reflecting the interests and personalities of the plot holder including fruit, vegetables and herbs. A unique feature is the historical 'College Well' used by medieval monks. NEW!
DD9 6RP (Colin and Moira Sandeman): A large open country garden with island beds, natural pond, kitchen garden and riverside walk and featuring primulas, rhododendrons and a newly planted shady garden.
8-10 Pearse Street, DD9 6JR (Dr. Hamish and Gail Greig): A classic town garden with mature box hedges, rhododendrons, tree and herbaceous peonies, magnolias and late apple blossom.
23 North Latch Road, DD9 6LE (Allison and Alan Ross): A thoughtfully planned compact garden providing it's artist owner with an enclosed retreat packed with cottage garden planting. A small pond is planned for 2019. NEW!
45, Airlie Street DD9 6JX (Gregor and Elizabeth Mitchell): A two acre secluded natural garden offering a tranquil landscape in an urban setting including mature trees, rhododendrons and a fine wisteria. NEW!
Free parking and car parks are available around the city of Brechin.
Sunday 2 June, 1pm - 5pm (2019)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Brechin in Bloom 60%.
Teas and tickets at Brechin Cathedral Hall, Church Lane, DD9 6EU. Also a sale of used gardening books.