Scotland's Gardens

Fife Garden Festival 7 - 8 JUNE 2014

Kinaldy, Fife

Kinaldy, Fife

THE FIFE GARDEN FESTIVAL

The Fife Committee of Scotland’s Gardens are proud to present to you their third celebration of the best in Fife gardens.

 

2014’s gorgeous gardens stretch from the Forth in the south-west to the North Sea coast beyond St Andrews, and the majority of the 10 gardens are opening their gates to us all for the first time. Each garden offers a fascinating glimpse of the diversity of human creativity and is completely unique.

 

There is something for everyone: rolling acres and pocket handkerchiefs; exciting structures and glorious confusion; horticultural gems and colourful cottage favourites; country houses, cottage gardens and community gardens, gardens created fresh from fields and farmyards, or rediscovered and reinvented. All are special in their own way.

 

Choose your gardens, choose your route, enjoy the rolling countryside of Fife and above all enjoy the experience.

 

Look after the inner self with teas, coffees and cakes along the way, buy some plants and do visit some of the best of Fife’s small businesses

 

A ticket for the Fife Garden Festival makes a perfect gift and do treat yourself as well!

 

For full details of the gardens involved in the Festival you can download the leaflet here.

 

GARDEN OPENING TIMES:

Saturday 7 June  11.00am - 5.00pm

Sunday 8 June  11.00am - 5.00pm

 

ADMISSION:

By pre-paid ticket at £20.00 for all gardens. Accompanied children under 16 free.

 

TICKETS:

Tickets (limited in number) are available only in advance by using the PayPal button below, or by cheque payable to Scotland’s Gardens from S. Lorimore, Willowhill, Forgan, Newport on Tay, Fife DD6 8RA.

 

 

BENEFICIARY CHARITIES:

60% net of the proceeds of The Fife Garden Festival will go to Scotland’s Gardens beneficiary charities – Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres, The Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland, the Gardens Fund of the National Trust for Scotland and Perennial. 40% will go to the Association for International Cancer Research (AIRC), a St. Andrews based charity that supports fundamental cancer research worldwide.