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We are pleased to announce that some of our gardens will re-open from 15 July. We are currently updating our opening information. Please check back from 10 July, and also be sure to check our website before setting out to any of our openings to be sure to have the latest information and relevant government advice. If you are not wishing to attend openings just now, you can still visit many of our gardens through our Virtual Garden Visits.

Kilry Village Gardens

Kilry, Glen Isla PH11 8HS
Kilry Garden Club
A varied selection of gardens in the magnificent setting of Glenisla.
Cotton of Craig Kilry, Blairgowrie PH11 8HW (Rachel and Nick Joy): Old walled garden with espaliered fruit trees, herbaceous borders, vegetable garden, greenhouse, specimen trees and robot lawn mower.
Easter Cammock Glenisla, Blairgowrie PH11 8PF (June and John Browning): Panoramic views of Glenisla. Large pond surrounded by water plants, perennial and annual wild flowers and many relatively young plants. Established woodland area, rockery, herbaceous borders. Access by farm track.
Easter Derry Kilry PH11 8JA (Pippa and Roger Clegg): With heather-clad hills as backdrop, two acre garden with lily pond, herbaceous borders, scree bed, vegetable garden, greenhouse and polytunnel.
Estir Bogside Alyth PH11 8HU (Morag and Andrew Buist): Garden started in 1995. Herbaceous borders, cottage garden and potager. Eight years ago extended to adjacent land to allow planting of native trees, wild flowers, mown paths and a pond.
The Mill Glen Isla, Blairgowrie PH11 8QL (Valerie and Charles Summers): Wonderful location in Glenisla includes small wood, stream and natural pond. Haven for wildlife. Island beds, formal herbaceous borders and rockery around the house, blending with wilder areas.
Whinloans Kilry, Blairgowrie PH11 8HY (Linda and Malcolm Connor): One third of an acre laid out attractively with lawn, herbaceous border, two ponds, large vegetable plot and polytunnel. Planters and hanging baskets.

Directions: From Perth take the A94 to Coupar Angus and just before Meigle take the B954 and follow signs to Glenisla and then to Kilry signed to the left. From Dundee take the A923 to Muirhead and then B954 to Meigle and Kilry.

Saturday/Sunday, 15/16 June, 12pm - 5pm (2019)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Barnardo’s Scotland: Dundee Group 30% & Hot Chocolate Trust 30%.

Other details: Soup, teas and plants with tickets, toilet and maps from the central point of Kilry Village Hall (PH11 8HS).

The listing location on a map.