Doors open to Glenbervie House Gardens
By Louise Shankley | Posted 9th July 2019 | Uncategorised
Visitors are invited to explore behind the walls of Glenbervie House Gardens as it opens its gates to the public on Sunday 4 August.
Every year the traditional Scottish walled garden, located on the 2000-acre Glenbervie Estate alongside Macphie’s headquarters, is open to the public as part of Scotland’s Garden Scheme, a registered charity which helps raise funds for other charitable initiatives by supporting garden open days.
The most recent event raised over £2,750 for the Scotland’s Garden Scheme and Royal National Lifeboat Institute and attracted over 350 visitors.
Offering guests something sweet, Macphie is donating a selection of baked goods including strawberry tarts which will be on sale to top up the charity total.
The garden is decorated with roses, herbaceous and annual border along with fruit and vegetable areas. In the Victorian-style greenhouse which extends along the south-facing wall you’ll find a variety of species of pot plants and climbers including peach and figs.
Doors open from 2pm until 5pm. Admission is £5 for adults and children go free.