Not to be missed - an even wider variety of horticultural creations than last year bringing fresh air and wildlife into the heart of the city. Comprises a steeply-terraced town garden, densely-planted courtyard gardens, imaginative back lane, patio and basement gardens, a traditional tenement green and a hidden roof garden, glorious mews lane planting and spectacular pot gardens, and newly landscaped front and back in a cul-de-sac. The collection provides lots of creative solutions to gardening in the city with year-round interest through a mix of seasonal planting and structural evergreens which the gardeners will be on hand to talk about.
Buses 23, 27 to Dundas Street and Canonmills, 8 to Rodney Street and Canonmills, 36 to Hamilton Place and Broughton Road.
Sunday 21 June, 1pm - 5pm.Garden Trail runs between Logie Green Gardens and Northumberland Street Lane NW. Tickets and route maps available at various points along the route and from St Stephen's Church, EH3 5AB. Refreshments at St Stephen's and plants for sale at the gardens. (2020)
Admission £7.00, children free.
· Médecins Sans Frontières 30% & Shelter Scotland 30%.
Please check our entry on the Scotlands Gardens Scheme website nearer the time for details of where to get tickets and route maps. Gardens run between Logie Green Gardens and Northumberland Street Lane NW. Refreshments at St Stephen's Church and plants for sale at the gardens.