Scotland's Garden Scheme - Arbroath Collection of Gardens
£5. Accompanied children Free.
The garden at St Vigeans is a charming cottage garden featuring ferns and acers, the garden in the Lochlands area, a small walled garden, a little gem with a collection of 70 clematis and interesting perennials.
The St Vigeans Church will also be open. Arbroath Garden Allotment Association will open their two sites, Brechin Road and Ernest Street. Loads of interest in all sites for plants, fruit, vegetables and creative sheds and shelters. HOPE, an organic fruit and vegetable garden, which provides training and work experience for adults with learning and/or physical disabilities will also be supporting the afternoon.
Ashbrook Nursery and Garden Centre will combine their open day with the Collection and run tours of the nursery throughout the afternoon.
10 George Street DD11 3BU (Wilma Simpson)
Arbroath Allotment Association Brechin Road, DD11 4AH and Ernest Street, DD11 1TZ.
Ashbrook Nursery Forfar Road, DD11 3RB (Anne Webster)
HOPE Organic Garden Westway, DD11 2NH (The HOPE Trustees)
Kirkstyle St Vigeans, DD11 4RR (Angela Nixon)
Directions: Directions to individual gardens will be listed on the tickets and maps.
Other details: Tickets and maps from Ashbrook Nursery from 1 April, or on the day at the various gardens. Teas will be served at St Vigeans Hall (DD11 4ED).
Beneficiaries: St Vigeans Church of Scotland - Church and Hall Fund 60%.