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Brechin Gardens in Summer

Locations across Brechin DD9 6EU
The Gardeners of Brechin
Come and also visit Brechin's gardens in summer with several new gardens this year.
24 North Latch Road DD9 6LE (Alistair and Mary Gray): Competitive vegetable growing - experienced at growing and showing vegetables which are grown along with bedding plants by the owners. A spectacular display of colourful bedding full greenhouses.
Bishops Walk 11A Argyll St, DD9 6JL (Steff and Mike Eyres): Winding paths lead through an eclectic mix of perennials, shrubs, conifers (including a young Wollemi Pine in a pot) and roses within this walled garden, accessed through the potting shed! NEW!
Brechin Cathedral Allotments Chanory Wynd, DD9 6EU (Brechin Cathedral Allotments Gardeners): Eleven varied plots reflecting the interests and personalities of the plot holder including fruit, vegetables and herbs. A unique feature is the historical 'College Well' used by medieval monks. NEW!
Brechin in Bloom Community Garden Montrose Street DD9 7EF (Brechin Community Garden Volunteers): Started in 2015 on an abandoned allotment site, this community scheme shares experience and learning skills involved in gardening for their own use and for local people. And additions since last year include a log cabin and mud kitchen.
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. NEW!
Lower Duncraig 2, Castle Street, DD9 6JN (Jan Oag): A small town garden recently redesigned to include less grass and more plants! Plants are selected mainly for their value to wildlife and a small pond supports this. Space has been found for a few trees and twenty different roses.
Westbank Cottage 23 North Latch Road, DD9 6LE (Allison and Alan Ross): A thoughtfully planned compact garden providing its artist owner with an enclosed retreat packed with cottage garden planting. A small pond is planned for 2019. NEW!

Directions: Free parking and car parks are available around the city of Brechin.

Sunday 21 July, 1pm - 5pm (2019)
Admission £5.00, children free.
· SMSA: Brechin Men's Shed 60%.

Other details: Teas and tickets at Brechin Cathedral Hall, Church Lane, DD9 6EU. Also a sale of used gardening books.

The listing location on a map.