This offers a very flexible way to keep up your weekly dose of beautiful gardens, and excellent value for money. Fife can look quite bleak in March, with brown arable fields and fringed by a cold North Sea, but by April, the countryside is starting to burst into verdant colours, and our gardens are also starting to bloom. A wide variety of gardens is on offer, from bluebell and daffodil woodlands, through natural style plantings of rhododendrons and other spring flowering shrubs, to more formal garden settings in some of Fife’s most notable gardens, large and small.
Cambo Plant Fair Kingsbarns KY16 8QD (Trustees of Cambo Heritage Trust)
Craigfoodie Dairsie KY15 4RU (Mr and Mrs James Murray)
Crail Gardens 2 Castle Street Crail KY10 3SQ (Mrs Jeni Auchinleck)
17 Marketgate Crail KY10 3TL (Jim and Kathleen Main)
Kenlygreen House Boarhills, St Andrews KY16 8PT (Mr & Mrs John Kilgour)
Myres Castle Auchtermuchty KY14 7EW (Henry and Amanda Barge)
South Flisk Blebo Craigs, Cupar KY15 5UQ (Mr and Mrs George Young)
Straiton Farmhouse Straiton Farm, Balmullo KY16 0BN (Mrs Barbara Pickard)
The Murrel Aberdour KY3 0RN (Mr and Mrs Alistair Bowen)
The Tower 1 Northview Terrace, Wormit DD6 8PP (Peter and Angela Davey)
Wemyss Castle Gardens Coaltown of Wemyss KY1 4TE (Mr and Mrs Michael Wemyss and Wemyss Estates Trustees) Wormistoune House Crail KY10 3XH (Baron and Lady Wormiston)
Over half of the gardens are taking part to support open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.