Arnmoulin Cauldhame, Kippen FK8 3JB (Joanie Littlejohn): At the top of the village with more amazing views towards the Trossachs. A variety of interesting shrubs and perennials, vegetable garden and small orchard area.
Dun Eaglais Station Brae, Kippen FK8 3DY (Martin Sales and Barry Topping): The historic home of the artist D.Y.Cameron, built in stages between 1902-1924 and finished in the Scottish Renaissance and Arts and Crafts manner. It is thought that the terraced gardens were influenced by landscape designer, T.H.Mawson. Wonderful specimen trees, rhododendrons and perennials, full of twists and turns revealing more around every corner.
Farringford Fore Road, Kippen FK8 3DT (Val and Alan Beaton): This garden has yet more stunning views and good disabled access. Beautiful variety of planting includes a 'dry' garden, an Acer garden and a big collection of hostas.
Glentirran Station Brae, Kippen FK8 3DY (Sir Michael and Lady Hirst): A sweeping driveway leads up to the house passing grass terraces surrounded by rhododendrons and perennial borders, mixed planting and climbers including wisteria. Wonderful views across the Carse of Stirling.
Woodstone House Cauldhame, Kippen FK8 3JB (Roddy and Mary Lawson): Bounded to the south by the old Kippen Vinery Wall, this is a relatively new garden of about one acre, with some species trees (including a mulberry), shrubs, rockeries and vegetables. Wonderful views to the Trossachs.
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.