The stunning Gallery gardens in Montrose will be open this Saturday to raise money for charity.
From 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday (July 12) the magnificent gardens framed within hedges of privet, holly and box is open to the public.
It has many surprises and unfolds as a series of rooms with different features and a collection of herbaceous plants and shrubs.
There is also a charming woodland walk leading to the North Esk and a flock of unusual Castlemilk sheep.
The money raised from the open day is going to Practical Action and charities supported by Scotland’s Gardens.
Admission is £4, accompanied children go free. There is partial disabled access. Dogs must be on leads.
The that at the opening of the garden earlier £307 was raised and in 2013 the Gallery gardens raised £927, which was divided between Practical Action and Scotland’s Gardens beneficiaries.
For more details about this garden and others opening this season in Angus for Scotland’s Gardens visit www.scotlandsgardens.org.