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Scotland's Gardens

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Scotland's Gardens, a registered charity set up in 1931, raises funds for other deserving charities by facilitating the opening of gardens of horticultural interest of all sizes throughout Scotland to the public.

Whether you live in Stirling or are visiting, what could be better than spending an afternoon, visiting one of the superb gardens around the area. Scotland's Gardens facilitates a full programme of garden openings throughout Stirling. Some gardens are open on specific dates, some gardens open by arrangement and some gardens are open regularly.

You are sure to find a beautiful garden to visit. Search for gardens that are open this fortnight around Stirling district and all over Scotland by visiting Scotland's Gardens website.

About Scotland's Gardens

Scotland's Gardens continues to facilitate the opening of gardens throughout Scotland with private gardens, not usually open to the public, still of paramount importance.

Although many glorious country house gardens continue to participate in the programme, these are now joined by town and village gardens which have proved very popular amongst our visitors. Small gardens are encouraged to open as groups and often villages open with up to twenty five gardens.

What remains of fundamental importance is that each garden must have some horticultural interest and be of a certain standard.

In addition to the traditional, indeed renowned, home made teas that are available at the garden openings, plant and produce stalls, musical entertainment, quizzes/games for children and many other activities are frequently on hand.

Some 200 charities, both large and small, benefit annually from the 40% gross of the takings that are donated to the charities chosen by the garden owners whilst 60% net continues to be given to Scotland's Gardens' beneficiaries.

In 2008 Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres was appointed as a third major beneficiary. The Queen's Nursing Institute Scotland continues to support community and primary care nursing whilst The Gardens Fund of the National Trust for Scotland undertakes vital projects in order to maintain their collection of important gardens. The smaller beneficiary, Perennial plays a major role in helping horticultural workers and their families who have fallen on bad times.

From time to time we may have to cancel garden openings due to unforeseen circumstances.

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