Kirklands, built in 1832 on the site of much older house has been our home for over 40 years. Over the years we have created an ever expanding garden with a woodland garden, herbaceous borders, bog garden, a terraced wall garden on a slope with raised vegetable and flower beds, 18 espalier fruit trees and a display of red and yellow tulips. In the woodland garden there is a carpet of snowdrops followed by bluebells, meconopsis, trilliums, fritillaries, erythroniums, candelabra primulas, rhododendrons and wonderful shrubs and trees all picked for their form and colour. In the bog garden by the side of Saline burn we have giant Gunnera manicata. Over the bridge there is 20 acres of naturally regenerating woodland and a pathway to the village. The herbaceous borders are full of colour from early spring to late autumn and the rockery is amass of dwarf bulbs and dwarf rhododendrons.
How to find us
From junction 4 M90 follow B914 to Saline village.
From A977 take B913 to village.
Parking in the centre of the village then a short walk of 300 meters to the garden. A limited number of parking spaces available at Kirklands.
Nearest train station is Dunfermline or Inverkeithing
Bus number 6 service from Dunfermline
Groups of up to 50 with or without catering. Conducted tours around the garden by us in groups of 10 to 15. Groups tours to be arranged prior to arrival. Catering (cakes, cream teas, soups, sandwiches etc.) can be arranged. Full meals for smaller groups can also be arranged.Groups including educational groups (where food comes from how it's grown etc), horticultural groups and foreign tour groups. Also gardening courses half or full day with catering for small groups.
Horticulture Groups and other groups very welcome by prior arrangement. Catering by prior arrangement.
- Herbaceous Borders & Plantings
- Woodland Gardens
- Edible Gardens and Vegetables in Season
- Autumn Colour
- Wild Berries
- Winter Gardens / Winter Structure
- Daffodil Displays
- Bluebell Displays
- Rhododendron Displays
- Walled Garden
Opening TimesFriday: 14:00 - 16:30 Saturday: 14:00 - 16:30 Sunday: 14:00 - 16:30 also:
Snowdrop Festival last weekend in February and 1st weekend in March. 2:00 to 4:30pm teas/coffees and cakes.
Garden Festival Saturdays/Sundays in May and 4th and 5th June. 2:00 to 4:30. Teas/coffees and cakes
Summer Garden Festival 2nd and 3rd July 2:00 to 4:30 Teas/coffees and cakes
Otherwise Afternoons from 2:00 to 4:30. April to September. If possible, please contact first by text, phone or e-mail. Alternativerly just pop in!
Closed from 1st October to 31st March, but willing to arrange conducted tours outwith these dates.
Admission pricesAdult: £5.00 Child: Free with an adult
FacilitiesPicnic area Car park Accessible parking Toilets Accessible toilets Wheelchair access Pushchair friendly Dog friendly Assistance Dogs
Catering by prior arrangement.
We have 2 acres of garden and 20 acres of naturally regeneration woodland with a pathway through by the side of the Saline Burn.