Scotland's Garden Scheme - Dalfruin
£4. Accompanied children Free.
There are many less common plants like varieties of trilliums, meconopsis (blue poppies), tree peonies (descendants of ones collected by George Sherriff and grown at Ascreavie), dactylorhiza and codonopsis. There is a scree and collection of ferns. The vigorous climbing rose Paul's Himalayan Musk grows over a pergola. Interconnected ponds encourage wildlife.
Directions: From the centre of Kirriemuir turn left up Roods. Kirktonhill Road is on the left near top of the hill. Park on Roods or at St Mary's Episcopal Church. Disabled parking only in Kirktonhill Road. Bus 20 getting off at either stop on the Roods.
Other details: Good plant stall with many unusual plants including trilliums, meconopsis, tree peonies and three year old monkey puzzle saplings. Teas served at St Mary's Episcopal Church.
Homemade Teas, Plants for Sale, Wheelchair Access.
Beneficiaries: St Marys Episcopal Church 30% and The Glens and Kirriemuir Old Parish Church of Scotland: Thrums Tots & Messy Church 30%.