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Brechin Gardens in Spring

Locations across Brechin DD9 6EU
The Gardeners of Brechin
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.
Bishops Walk 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!
East Kintrockat 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.
Pearse Croft 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.
Westbank Cottage 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!
Westerlea 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!

Directions: 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%.

Other details: Teas and tickets at Brechin Cathedral Hall, Church Lane, DD9 6EU. Also a sale of used gardening books.

The listing location on a map.