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More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: The Tors
An award winning Victorian garden of just over one acre with a secret woodland garden to the side and an orchard leading off to a wild area at the rear of the house.
2 Slamannan Road, Falkirk ,

More details - Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway
Full Steam Ahead for great family fun at The Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway! Soak up the atmosphere of this heritage railway, travel by steam train and explore Scotland’s largest railway museum.
Bo’ness Station, Union Street, Bo’ness, West Lothian

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Helensbank
An 18th century walled garden, with main feature a Cedar of Lebanon, reputedly planted in 1750 by the sea captain who built the house. It provides challenges for planting in terms of shade and needle fall.
Kincardine,

More details - Almond Valley Heritage Centre
Enjoy a Wonderful Day of Adventure and Play On a wooded riverside site that extends for nearly a mile, there’s so much to explore and enjoy at Almond Valley.
Livingston Mill Farm, Millfield, Livingston

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Kilsyth Gardens
AEOLIA: A third of an acre woodland garden developed since 1960 and designed to have something in flower every month of the year. The garden contains a large variety of mature specimen trees and shrubs, maples, primulas, hardy geraniums and herbaceous plants.
Allanfauld Road, Kilsyth,

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Logie House
Central to the design of this walled garden is a path through a double mixed border. Long rows of vegetables and fruit also contribute to colour and design when seen from the house and terrace. A long border of repeat flowering roses and rose and annual beds contribute to an extended season of colour and interest.
Crossford, Dunfermline,

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Kirklands
Kirklands, built in 1832 on the site of an older house, has been the Hart family home for nearly 40 years. Peter and Gill began creating a garden and it is still a work in progress.
Saline ,

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Milseybank
Wonderful and interesting sloping garden with outstanding views, terraced for ease of access. Woodland with bluebells, rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias, and many other unusual plants, including a big variety of meconopsis, and water features.
Bridge of Allan,

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Carmichael Mill
Riverside gardens surrounding the only remaining workable water powered grain mill in Clydesdale. Diverse plant habitats from saturated to bone dry allow a vast range of trees and shrubs, both ornamental and fruit, with a vegetable garden.
Hyndford Bridge, Lanark ,

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Arndean
This is a beautiful mature garden extending to 15 acres including the woodland walk. There is a formal herbaceous part, a small vegetable garden and orchard. In addition, there are flowering shrubs, abundant and striking rhododendrons and azaleas as well as many fine specimen trees.
by Dollar ,

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Rowberrow
On the way up to Castle Campbell overlooking Dollar Glen, this colourful garden has several mixed shrub and herbaceous borders, a wildlife pond, two rockeries, alpine troughs, fruit and vegetable gardens, and a mini-orchard. The owner is a plantaholic and likes to collect unusual specimens.
18 Castle Road, Dollar,

More details - Gardens Open by Arrangement for Charity: Hollytree Lodge
A tranquil garden, divided by internal hedges into smaller areas. These include a small Japanese garden, spring bulbs naturalised in grass, a mini orchard and wildflowers, a rill, a wildlife pond, mixed herbaceous borders, all within an acre plot.
Muckhart, Dollar,