12 Chatelherault Avenue (Paul and Sheona Brightey) The front garden is split into a gravel garden and a small white woodland garden. Go through the gate and you will find a garden where the aim is to grow as many different edibles as possible; herbs, fruit arches, vegetable beds and edible hedging. There are herbaceous perennials and a cut-flower bed, a wildlife pond, a pizza oven and around the corner is a food smoker. 14 Chatelherault Avenue (Andy and Amanda Bateman) An established garden that has been revived since the owners arrived four years ago. As the overgrowth was removed more and more beautiful surprises emerged. The garden is now a lovely calm sanctuary, artistically planted with a wide range of herbaceous perennials surrounded by beautiful trees.
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.