Enjoy a visit to Granton Castle Walled Garden! It's open to visitors for a couple of hours every Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
Come and visit Humbie Dean, a two-acre ornamental and woodland garden sandwiched between two burns at 600 feet with interest throughout a long season!
This long garden in a corner site of Glassel Park Estate is planted mostly by plant type with water features and an unheated conservatory contains cacti and insectivorous plants.
Visit Shepherd House, a constantly evolving artist’s garden that never stands still, with lots of surprises including a shell house built in 2014, lavender parterres, a rill and fountains!
101 Greenbank Crescent hides a fascinating garden on a steeply sloped site, with views over Braidburn Valley Park to the Pentland hills.
Visit the amazing communal gardens for the Residents of the Moray Estate. Between them they stretch over 9 acres offering an atmosphere of tranquillity within the city centre!
Take a walk round Newliston, a well preserved 18th-century parkland/designed landscape rather than a garden as such, full of mature rhododendrons and azaleas, fine vistas and allees of trees!
Visit Longwood, an extensive, long-established country garden at 800 feet, undergoing renewal. There are ducks and hens, stream and ponds as well as areas of wild garden.
A large, formal lily pond now forms the focal point in front of the house. There is a large pond, another lily pond and a woodland garden with a burn running through.
The garden at Congalton House is an attractive family garden with a wide variety of plants and good colour throughout the summer months.
Visit Fairnielaw with its mixture of both formal and wild areas with beautiful views towards Traprain Law and the Garleton Hills at the highest point!
Founded in the 1860s by local residents, the Dean Gardens contain part of the great structure of the Dean Bridge, a Thomas Telford masterpiece of 1835.
Several charming and individual gardens are to be found in the Broomieknowe Conservation Area of Lasswade. They all differ in size and design, yet are complementary in style.
Dirleton is widely recognised as one of Scotland’s prettiest conservation villages. The gardens can all be visited on a single ticket which will also admit you to the castle gardens.
89 Ravenscroft Street is a large walled garden, full of surprises, in the old mining village of Gilmerton. There are plenty of seats so bring a thermos and sit and enjoy the garden!
Come and visit Rivaldsgreen House in Linlithgow with its mature two-acre garden with mixed herbaceous, rose and tree planting!
The village gardens are open over two days for the first time and enthusiasts can visit on both days if they retain their village map and a sticky badge.
The secret garden of Meadow Place is a walled garden of a Georgian house that was built in 1816 and planted with a mixture of trees, shrubs and herbaceous flowers.
19 Gardiner Road is a newly designed (and surprisingly large) south-facing garden which had been neglected for some years.
The gardens at Bonnington House were designed by Nicky Wilson and Arabella Lennox-Boyd, comprising a parterre, laburnum arch, labyrinth, terrace gardens, a lawn tennis court and swimming pool.
Gullane House is a traditional walled garden of three acres including a lily pond, a rose and lavender garden, a selection of fruit trees and magnificent, mature trees thoughout the garden.
5 Greenbank Crescent is a newly designed, sloping terraced garden with views over Braidburn Valley Park to the Pentlands.
Claremont is an eclectic garden created over the past 18 years. There are three ponds (one very large), a rockery, a dovecot, rose patio and a few interesting trees including a grand monkey puzzle.
Not to be missed - A fascinating variety of horticulture creations bringing fresh air and wildlife into the heart of the city!
Spend an evening with award-winning British garden designer and 'Gardeners’ World' presenter, Adam Frost, as he shares advice and amusing stories from a lifetime in the garden.
Auchtertool House have gardens covering three acres and the south-facing lawn gives views towards the Firth of Forth and East Lothian.
Kirklands, built in 1832, has a walled garden, terraces, woodland garden and over the bridge there is 20 acres of woodland with a pathway by the burn.
Set on a hill, this one-acre Edwardian landscaped garden has panoramic views over the River Tay.
Willowhill is an evolving three-acre garden with a series of mixed borders designed with different vibrant colour combinations for effect all season.
Join us at St Andrews Botanic Garden for walks with our Garden Team on the second Wednesday of each month and walks with our Director on the last Wednesday of each month.
This extensive, exquisitely designed garden, perfectly complements Earlshall Castle, restored by Sir Robert Lorimer in the 1890s.
Gardener's Cottage was originally part of the Craigflower Estate and what remains of the original botanical collection is maintained by the current owners.
Visit Pittenweem and enjoy an inspiring variety of gardens, many tucked away behind houses and garden walls!
Balcarres House has been owned by the Lindsay family since the late 16th century and each generation has made their mark on the house and gardens.
Don't miss an opportunity to stroll around this delightful Boarhills Village with its varied group of gardens as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme Open Garden!
Hidden behind the 18th-century facades of Newburgh High Street lie a jumble of wonderful old gardens, some of them dating back centuries.
Ideal Home Show Scotland makes a welcome return to the SEC Glasgow with a wonderland of inspiration for your home from the 26th - 29th May!
Explore the walled garden, tranquil woodland and working kitchen garden at Geilston as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2022!
The Gardeners of Dundonald invite you to explore a selection of private gardens that will be open to the public on Saturday 18th June as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme!
Join Kathleen Murray as she opens her garden in Helensburgh as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme on Sunday 19th June for a large plant sale, including locally grown plants!
Barnweil Garden near Kilmarnock has been in development for 50 years, come and explore the grounds as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2022!
Several private gardens as well as the Community Garden in Milton Of Campsie will open their doors to the public on Sunday 19th June as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme 2022!
Underwood Lodge has a secluded garden surrounded by farmland and woodland which give some protection and adds to the ambience, explore it on 25th & 26th June as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Explore this hidden walled terrace garden which marks the historical boundary to Strathbungo on Sunday 26th June as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2022!
Learn new skills and nature-based knowledge each Monday whilst achieving a John Muir Explorer Award!
Shop local and get your garden looking great this summer by visiting Castlebank Horticultural Centre's drop-in plant sale on the 28th & 29th May!
Explore the neighbouring private gardens of Aeolia and Blackmill in Kilsyth on Sunday 29th May as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Come and explore 'The Good Life Garden' on Sunday 12th June when owners Paul and Sheona Brightey open it to the public as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Explore the grounds of Dippoolbank Cottage, between Forth and Carnwath, when it opens to the public on Sunday 19th June as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Explore herbaceous borders, a beautiful Nepeta walkway, a working kitchen garden, greenhouses and woodland walks at Lindsaylands as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Little Sparta is Ian Hamilton Finlay's greatest work of art. Come and explore the grounds as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme!
Explore this tranquil seven-acre garden near Houston which has far-reaching rural views as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme!
June will be a good time to enjoy the David Austin roses, irises and Kalmia, the wildflower strip and summer annuals at this village garden in Kilbarchan as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Located in Linwood High School, come and explore the raised beds, orchard, greenhouse and presentation area of the Craig Hepburn Memorial Garden as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Come and explore Kilbride Castle gardens! They cover some 12 acres and are situated above the Ardoch Burn and below the castle.
Enjoy a mixture of garden sizes with a wide variety of shrubs, specimen trees, herbaceous borders, late flowering bulbs and some vegetable gardens. Also some interesting sculptures and water features.