Gardens to open to public

Laburnum walk at the Kincardine Castle gardens.
Laburnum walk at the Kincardine Castle gardens.

The gardens of Kincardine Castle at Kincardine O’Neil are to be opened to the public on Sunday (June 10) as part of Scotland’s Gardens.

The gardens include a Planetary Garden; Woodland Garden with mature rhododendrons and azaleas; Walled Garden with spectacular Laburnum Walk, rose beds and fruit trees and and, outide, a shrub border set amongst wildflower meadow.

The gardens - home to Nicky and Andrew Bradford, are open from 2pm to 5pm. Admission is £5 (adults) and £2 (children), who may also enter a free treasure trail. Teas are provided by local WRI members and profits will go to a local Kincardine O’Neil charity, to Children 1st and to charities supported by Scotland’s Gardens.