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New Hopetoun Gardens
Spring at New Hopetoun Gardens – live on Facebook

Spring at New Hopetoun Gardens – live on Facebook Free

April 23rd, 2021 - April 23rd, 2021

Talk'n No tea live on facebook 10am Fridays in April

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A celebration of bulbs and blossom

April 27th, 2021 - April 28th, 2021

A celebration of spring in the walled garden, focusing on our wonderful display of tulips in the cut flower borders and pots, and fruit blossom on over 500 apple, pear and plum trees. We will have a spring trail for children along with cut flowers and plants to buy and brighten up your home and garden.

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Cambo Gardens
Virtual Clay tile flower imprints

Virtual Clay tile flower imprints

April 28th, 2021 - April 28th, 2021

Video link: Experiment with pressing flower and foliage into clay to make tiles and coasters with beautiful botanical imprints

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New Hopetoun Gardens
Spring at New Hopetoun Gardens – live on Facebook

Spring at New Hopetoun Gardens – live on Facebook Free

April 30th, 2021 - April 30th, 2021

Talk'n No tea live on facebook 10am Fridays in April

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Ardkinglas Estate, Glorious Gardens of Argyll
Spring Flower Festival –  bluebells

Spring Flower Festival – bluebells

May 1st, 2021 - May 30th, 2021

The vivid blue carpet of deliciously fragrant Bluebells is at its peak. In the damper areas, the huge yellow flowers and large leaves of Lysichiton americanus, the Skunk Cabbage, emerge. Deciduous Azaleas are in flower producing their heady perfume.

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Logan Botanic Garden
Wildflower Art Exhibition

Wildflower Art Exhibition

May 1st, 2021 - June 30th, 2021

Enjoy this stunning exhibition of wildflowers from the Rhins rocky shore and cliffs. Identify the flowers and key places you are most likely to see each flower.

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Ardkinglas Estate, Glorious Gardens of Argyll
Bluebell Festival

Bluebell Festival

May 1st, 2021 - May 30th, 2021

The vivid blue carpet of deliciously fragrant Bluebells is at its peak. In the damper areas, the huge yellow flowers and large leaves of Lysichiton americanus, the Skunk Cabbage, emerge. Deciduous Azaleas are in flower producing their heady perfume.

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Cambo Gardens
Virtual Glasshouse tour

Virtual Glasshouse tour

May 5th, 2021 - May 5th, 2021

Video link: Take a tour of the Glasshouse and all of the lovely warm climate plants you could grow indoors... Wish we had smellivision the scents are amazing!

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Glenwhan Gardens & Arboretum
Glenwhan Gardens & Arboretum

Glenwhan Gardens & Arboretum

May 7th, 2021 - May 7th, 2021

Glenwhan Gardens comprises 12 Acres with a huge collection of both species and hybrid Rhododendrons .  The owners Tessa Knott  & Ian Sinclair ex RBG Edinburgh and Benmore Garden, will conduct a Party meeting at Glenwhan Tearoom at 10am for Coffee and take a conducted Tour of the Gardens. Ian will explain the plant origins and habitats and Tessa will describe how the making of Glenwhan began in the 1980’s out of wild moorland and how the ground was transformed to the beautiful garden it is today. Admission is £10. 00 to include coffee and a short talk in the Tearoom before going round the Gardens. Tickets may be booked ahead ( preferred) or on the day. There is a thriving Tearoom where Covid restrictions will be strictly adhered to.

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Kirklands
Spring at Kirklands

Spring at Kirklands

May 9th, 2021 - May 9th, 2021

When we arrived at Kirklands over 40 years ago there were one or two established rhododendrons. Since then we have added a few every year. Dwarf ones on the rockery and larger ones in the woodland garden. All purchased from Gendoick of course, all fully hardy and chosen for our climate in west Fife, which can be more harsh than other parts of Scotland. We have tried to extend the flowering season from February onwards to give a colourful display throughout the spring and summer, but especially in April, May and June. Unfortunately, occasionally some of the early flowering ones do suffer from frost damage, but they’re still worth growing. In May they are surrounded by bluebells, Meconopsis, Trillums and Hellebores. The range of colours never ceases to amaze us every year. Well worth a visit!

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