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Fife Summer Trail

Various locations across Fife KY
The Fife Gardeners
Garden open season is in full swing, and this year gardeners of Fife are throwing open their garden gates for a Summer Trail. There will be eight gardens open over the fortnight, showcasing very different, and wonderful designs. From a baby Victorian walled garden with mixed borders and fruit trees at Gordonshall Farm, to a later Edwardian landscaped garden with stunning views, rockeries and water features, including a granite grotto with waterfall pool (The Tower). The air will be heavy the perfume from the English roses at Straiton Farmhouse, which flourish alongside their tree peonies. Visitors can enjoy meandering among the island beds and overflowing borders (Kenly Green Farm), down a crab apple and rose tunnel or pleached lime avenue in the walled garden at Millfield House.
Glenbeg South Road, Cupar KY15 5JG (Lilias and Alistair Smith)
Open Mondays, 3rd and 10th June, 1-4pm
Gordonshall Farm Carnbee, Anstruther KY10 2RU (Mihai and Louisa Cocris)
Open Wednesdays, 5th and 12th June, 10am-4pm
Greenhead Farmhouse Greenhead of Arnot, Leslie KY6 3JQ (Mr and Mrs Malcolm Strang Steel)
Open Tuesdays, 4th and 11th June, 4-8pm
Kenly Green Farm Boarhills KY16 8PP (Frank and Bernice Roger)
Open Thursdays 6th and 13th June, 1-4pm
Millfield House Falkland KY15 7BN (Sarah Marshall)
Open Tuesdays, 4th and 11th June, 4-8pm
Straiton Farmhouse Straiton Farm, Balmullo KY16 0BN (Mrs Barbara Pickard)
Open Mondays, 3rd and 10th June, 10am-1pm
The Tower 1 Northview Terrace, Wormit DD6 8PP (Peter and Angela Davey)
Open Mondays, 3rd and 10th June, 4-8pm
Wormistoune House Crail KY10 3XH (Baron and Lady Wormiston)
Open Thursdays, 6th and 13th June, 10am-4pm with plants for sale

Directions: Directions to each garden will be provided with the tickets.

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, 3/4/5/6 June 10am - 4pm & Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, 10/11/12/13 June 10am - 4pm (2019)
Admission £25.00, children free.
· East Neuk First Responders 30% & The Rotary Club of St Andrews: Arclight Eye Project 30%.

Other details: The Fife Summer Trail offers various dates and times over the first two weeks of June. See the description for the specific openings for each garden. Admission £25.00, children free, pre-sales tickets available from Eventbrite at the gardens on the day. Gardens can be visited individually, and tickets purchased at the garden for £5.

The listing location on a map.