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.