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)
16 Chalton Road FK9 4DX (Rosemary Leckie)
5 Pendreich Road FK9 4LY (Malcolm and Ann Shaw)
Bridge of Allan Allotments
Cornton Road FK9 4DA (The Gardeners of Bridge of Allan Allotments)
Gardens will be signposted from the village.
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.