The Gardens of Golf Course Road face the Firth of Clyde and Ailsa Craig at one end, and fields and the Isle of Arran at the other. All the gardens suffer from wind and salt spray, however they have a great variety of herbaceous plants and shrubs. In general, the gardens to the front face the sea and therefore take the full brunt of the weather, with the rear gardens in some cases being walled and affording more protection. The soil conditions are light well drained and sandy.
From the north - on A77 turn right and follow signs for the Golf Course. From the south - on A77 come through Girvan, turn left at the lights, then first left and follow signs for the Golf Course.
Sunday 9 July 1:00pm - 5:00pm
£4.00, children under 12 free for entrance to all gardens
Macmillan Nurses receives 20%, Erskine Hospital receives 20%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries
Entrance tickets, maps and stickers will be available at each garden. Girvan Golf Clubhouse is hosting the teas. The Clubhouse is in close proximity to the gardens.
The Gardeners of Golf Course Road