BEECHWOOD- The garden was redesigned in 2004 to provide a sweeping lawn around the side of the house suitable for family use. The borders are well stocked and offer an interesting variety of shrubs and plants, including a eucalyptus tree. LARCHMONT - within the walled gardens are mature trees, rhododendrons and azaleas with wide lawns & herbaceous borders. The garden also offers a fine example of a late Victorian glasshouse. SHIELDHALL-was for many years part of St Columba's School, returning to residential use in the 1990s. Since then the tarmac playground has been transformed into a well stocked garden with mature shrubs & herbaceous plants, providing colour and interest throughout the year. The garden is on two levels with a meandering path leading you through both
The gardens are within 50 yards of each other on the Bridge of Weir Road in the middle of Kilmacolm. Signage will be up on the day.
Sunday 21 May 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Ardgowan Hospice receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries
Bridge of Weir Road Gardens