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Cambo Gardens, St Andrews, Fife

Cambo Gardens
Kingsbarns
St Andrews
Fife

KY16 8QD | View map
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2 acre Victorian walled garden designed around the Cambo burn supplying the house with fruit, flowers and vegetables.
70 acres of woodland, carpeted with snowdrops, snowflakes and aconites follow the Cambo burn to the sea.

The combination of a well-chosen site and the protection provided by the walls, allows a surprising range of plants to be grown.
As well as being productive, the garden is planted to provide interest for the visitors all year round. A woodland garden is being developed and further improvements are planned for the walled garden as fruit production is reduced and Christmas trees sold.

Talks by Catherine or our Head Gardener Elliott Forsyth can also be arranged.
Outings from interested clubs/societies are welcomed guided walks and light refreshments can be arranged.

Details

Nearest UK Airport: Edinburgh
Months Open: All Year; 10am - dusk.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Coach Parking: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: 3
Children: Free

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