10 Raith Road Fenwick KA3 6DQ (Mrs Sandra Macpherson): Front garden landscaped with gravel and shrubs and east-facing back garden with terraces, grass and beds with perennials and shrubs; masses of pots and containers. Terrace at the top provides tranquil seating. and quirky ornaments lurk in the shrubbery. A new wildlife pond, lined with marginal planting. 2 Fulton's Crescent (NEW) Fenwick KA3 6GJ (Janek Sawczyn and Marco Surraka): A cottage garden with peonies, delphiniums, foxgloves, lavender. Walled back garden with wisteria, Virginia creeper, honeysuckle, clematis, acer, laburnum, Norwegian maple, lilac, magnolia, hellebores, fritillaria, calendula, echinacea, rudbeckia, echinops and a summer house. Tiered terrace with hawthorn, bamboo and box. 25 Kirkton Road (NEW) Fenwick, Ayrshire KA3 6DJ (Mr and Mrs Paul Whitton): Hilly garden with mature hedges, trees, fruit, vegetables and compost area. Side borders are filled with heathers perennials, succulents, shrubs, climbers and roses. Masses of pots, greenhouse and a path lined with dahlias and summer bedding leads to sloping lawn with well-planted border. 5 Fowld's View (NEW) Fenwick KA3 6GF (Linda Creanor): This garden, established in 2016, complements a modern house. Based on a circular design with lawn and patio, mixed planting in borders with small trees, shrubs and varied herbaceous perennials. A north east aspect presents challenges with shady areas, and the planting allows for interest throughout the year. 7 Raith Road (NEW) Fenwick KA3 6DQ: An informal natural garden, large lawn bordered with shrubs, perennials and mature trees. An area has been left wild for nature’s sake with nesting boxes and small pond. A gateway in the beech hedge leads to a vegetable plot and steps lead to a seating area by the burn. 9a Maunsheugh Road (NEW) Fenwick KA3 6AN (John Logan): Immaculate south-facing lawn edged with flamboyant begonias and a mass of containers. To the rear are patio areas, raised beds with begonias, dahlias, annuals, heathers and shrubs, summer house, vegetable beds and greenhouse. A lawn runs to a seating area set off by roses.
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.