Scotland's Garden Scheme - Inchmill Cottage - 17 August
£3, accompanied children free.
This is a long, sloping and terraced garden at over 800 feet in the Braes of Angus, developed to be a garden for all seasons. Half is dominated by bulbs, rhododendrons, azaleas, primulas, meconopsis and clematis. The other half mainly later summer bulbs, herbaceous plants and roses. There is also a rockery/scree and fernery.
Car parking beside the church (50 yards away) and by the village hall opposite (where pop-up coffee facility will be set up hopefully!). There will be a plant stall.
From Kirriemuir take the B955 (sign-posted to "The Glens") to Dykehead (about five miles). From there follow the "Prosen" sign for about five miles. "Inchmill" is the white fronted cottage beside the phone box.