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Brechin Gardens in Summer

Locations across Brechin DD9 6LE
The Gardeners of Brechin
Come and visit this lovely selection of gardens spread across the town of Brechin.
24 North Latch Road DD9 6LE (Alistair and Mary Gray): Learn how the owners grow and show vegetables and create spectacular displays of colourful bedding.
9 Pearse Street DD9 6JR (Irene and James Mackie): A recently redesigned garden with trees, colourful herbaceous border and unique ferns.
Andover Primary School Garden (NEW) 50A Drumachlie Park DD9 7BU (Staff and Pupils): A magical colourful garden and play space where classes grow and harvest their own produce.
Bishops Walk 11A Argyll St DD9 6JL (Steff and Mike Eyres): Winding paths lead through an eclectic mix of perennials, shrubs, conifers.
Brechin Cathedral Allotments Chanory Wynd DD9 6EU (Brechin Cathedral Allotments Gardeners): Eleven varied plots reflect the interests and personalities of each plot-holder.
Brechin in Bloom Community Garden Montrose Street DD9 7EF (Brechin Community Garden Volunteers): Sharing experience and learning skills involved in gardening for their own use and for local people.
Latchlea (NEW) 17A North Latch Road DD9 6LE (Pamela Stevens): NEW! A new garden featuring 100 newly planted trees, some fine stonework, shrubs, herbaceous plants and bulbs and also a courtyard garden.
Liscara Castle Street DD9 6JW (June and Mike Hudson): A ‘secret’ south-facing small garden with raised beds, circular lawn and fountain, espaliered pear tree and pretty summerhouse. 
Rosehill West (NEW) 15C North Latch Road DD9 6LF (Dr Robert and Mrs Jenny Martin): NEW! A newly planted garden featuring mature original trees, herbaceous areas, fruit trees, and a path.

Directions: Most gardens are located around the town of Brechin. Look for the SGS yellow arrows.

Sunday 26 July, 12pm - 5pm (2020)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Brechin Healthcare Group 60%.
The listing location on a map.