Newtonmill House looks over and into the semi-formal walled garden. The entrance to the garden is through a wrought iron gate that reflects the mill wheel from which Newtonmill derives its name. The central pathway is flagged by herbaceous borders, sheltered by a fine Prunus cerasifera 'Pissardii' hedge. The garden is divided into four squares of kitchen garden, spring garden, croquet lawn with summer house, and the recently completed autumn garden. Through the rose arch at the south end of the garden are peony and shrub rose beds, a small pond area and doocot. Adjacent to the house is a rose-garlanded terrace and raised beds.
From the A90, exit B966 Brechin/Edzell towards Edzell.
Sunday 25 June 2:00pm - 5:00pm
£4.00, accompanied children free
RNLI (Montrose Ladies Branch) receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries