Three very different gardens in the pretty village of Blebo Craigs, each with stunning views. SOUTH FLISK: is a large garden created round a former quarry incorporating a pond with fish, a woodland area with meconopsis and trilliums and lots of rhododendrons. Recently featured on BBC TV’s Beechgrove Garden. SUNNYBANK: recently renovated and includes stunning naturalistic planting and a Japanese water garden. Designer, Peter Christopher, will be on hand with advice on how to create this look. CRAIGHILL COTTAGE: the garden has been resurrected from jungle status over the past two years. Highlights include an extensive stone dyking project which is now the backdrop for formal planting of herbaceous plants, shrubs, fruit trees and a rockery.
Blebo Craigs is off the B939 between Pitscottie and Strathkinness. There is a detailed map on the pottery website: standrewspottery.co.uk
Sunday 4 June 2:00pm - 5:00pm
£5.00, accompanied children free
Wateraid receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries
Champion Trees: Nothofagus, planted in 1910 at South Flisk George Young, the potter, will be giving demonstrations all day at South Flisk..