BEAUTIFUL gardens in Burnbrae, Killearn are going to open to the public on Sunday, June 3, from 2pm to 5pm, on behalf on Scotland’s Gardens.
This a well designed garden with eye catching layout is going to open thanks to kind permission from Mrs Russell Bruce.
It has an excellent sweeping lawn with well stocked and interesting herbaceous borders, varied shrubs and a magnificent backdrop of mature and specimen trees including spectacular red chestnut.
There is a walk along the Glen by the burn available for the agile.
Burnbrae is a typical 1930s house (not open) designed by Hislop. Admission is £4. Children free.
There is disabled access to the gardens.
Dogs are welcome on a lead and there will be homemade teas.
Money raised on the day will go to Crossroads Care attendant Scheme and Scotland’s gardens charities.
Directions: From Stirling: A875 through Killearn, turn 3rd right after the Co-op. From Glasgow: 2nd on left after Drumbeg Loan and mini roundabout.