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Bridge of Allan Gardens

Bridge of Allan FK9 4DX
The Gardeners of Bridge of Allan
Current Openings:
Sunday 29 May, 1pm - 5pm (2022)
Admission £5.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Artlink Central Ltd 30% & St Saviours Episcopal Church: Bridge Of Allan 30%.
Description: Bridge of Allan is an attractive village north of Stirling with the River Allan running through. There will be a selection of larger and smaller gardens on show, with various species of rhododendrons and azaleas, trees and shrubs, plants and flowers. Some of the gardens have water features, another has a Japanese ‘Karesansui’ dry stream and pond with a turtle island. One of the gardens, developed on a steep slope, shows ‘rooms’ designed with a variety of plants and shrubs. Many gardens feature sculptures. After the successful opening last year, we are delighted that the Bridge of Allan allotments will open again this year showing a variety of fruit, vegetables and flowers.
1 Anne Drive FK9 4RE (John and Elizabeth Rankin)
101a Henderson Street FK9 4HH (Rachel and Ronnie McEwan)
9 Mayne Avenue FK9 4QU (Donald and Nancy McLean)
Auchengarroch 16 Chalton Road FK9 4DX (Rosemary Leckie)
Plaka 5 Pendreich Road FK9 4LY (Malcolm and Ann Shaw)
Bridge of Allan Allotments Cornton Road FK9 4DA (The Gardeners of Bridge of Allan Allotments)

Directions: Gardens will be signposted from the village.

Other details: Entrance tickets and maps will be available from the Village Garden beside the Church in Keir Street, where there will also be a plant sale. Additional gardens may be open: further details can be found on Scotland's Gardens Scheme website. Tea and scones may be served in the Church.

The listing location on a map.