The Fife Spring Trail comprises six unique gardens and one plant fair, at Cambo Gardens. Visitors can enjoy visiting a wide variety of gardens, with special collections of endangered species from the Southern Hemipshere (Cedar Cottage) or a tulip adorned walled garden and bluebell covered 'Millennium Wood' (Teasses). It’s a wonderful opportunity to explore a plantsman's garden undergoing gradual re-development (Rosemount Cottage) and spring woodland with terraced walled garden (Kirklands). And Balcaskie's rhododendrons and magnolias will be at their magnificent best.
Balcaskie Pittenweem KY10 2RE (The Anstruther Family)Open Fridays, 19th and 26th April and 3rd May, 1-4pm
Cambo Plant Fair Kingsbarns KY16 8QD (Trustees of Cambo Heritage Trust)Open Sunday 14th April, noon-3pm
Cedar Cottage Mill Road, Craigrothie KY15 5PZ (Mr Ian Douglas)Open Thursdays, 18th and 25th April and 2nd May, 1-4pm
Kirklands Saline KY12 9TS (Peter & Gill Hart)Open Wednesdays, 17th and 24th April and 1st May, 2-5pm
Rosemount Cottage 21 Main Street, Ceres KY15 5NA (Gavin and Sarah Anderson)Open Monday 29th April, Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd May, 2-5pm
Strathkinness Community Garden and Orchard Bonfield Road KY16 9RR (Strathkinness Community Trust)Open Tuesdays, 16th, 23rd and 30th April, 2-4pm
Teasses Gardens near Ceres KY8 5PG (Sir Fraser and Lady Morrison)Open Fridays, 19th and 26th April and 3rd May, 10am-4pm
Directions: Directions to each garden will be provided with the tickets.
Sunday 14 April (12pm - 3pm), Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday, 16/17/18/19 April 10am - 4pm, Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday/Friday, 23/24/25/26 April 10am - 4pm & Monday 29 April (2pm - 5pm), Tuesday 30 April (2pm - 4pm), Wednesday 1 May (2pm - 5pm), Thursday 2 May (1pm - 5pm) & Friday 3 May (10am - 4pm) (2019)
Admission £25.00, children free.
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