Longniddry is an attractive village with extensive green spaces, popular beaches and outstanding sea views. Our gardens are tended by enthusiastic gardeners some of whom are old hands and some recent converts to gardening - all will be delighted to discuss their gardens with visitors. The gardens exhibit a variety of size, layout and planting, ensuring something for everyone. One of the smaller gardens is modern and shows what can be achieved with attractive and innovative hard landscaping. Another small addition is a very young 'urban woodland' garden designed over the past few years with most plants either freebies or sale bargains. Larger gardens include new and mature trees and herbaceous planting ranging from self-seeding cottage style to the more formal, with some now influenced by the modern concept of rewilding. There are veggie plots, potagers, containers of all sorts and ponds. Outbuildings range from working greenhouses to summer houses and gazebos. There’s lots to see and enjoy so please join us!
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.
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