Fife Garden Guide raises money for local charities.

Sally Lauremor and Professor Eric Wright developed a limited edition Willows Garden with 35 color photographs.

In conjunction with the Scottish Garden Plan, the booklet will come with a seasonal ticket for one person and one visitor to the garden within a few days from March to August 2022.

In their three-hectare garden, Sally and Eric set up several colorful vegetation boundaries across the grassland beyond the wildlife pond and around the sample trees.

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A.D. They have been opening the garden as part of the Scottish Garden since 2008. Once the Kovid restrictions were granted, they realized that opening the garden repeatedly would attract visitors and make people feel safer.

With more opening days, Sally and Eric raised more than £ 5,000 for the Scottish Garden and local charities in 2020 and 2021. Rio Community Center and Forgan Arts Center both in Newport-on-Thai and Royal Highland Education Trust (FIFA).

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A.D. The 2022 Garden Fund supports the Scottish Garden Plan and the Rio Community Center, which supports local people and focuses on youth work.

Seasonal ticket booklets raise 60 560 for gardeners and those who want to spend more time outdoors and charity.

Liz Stuart, national organizer of the Scottish Garden Plan, says: “This is a great opportunity to practice gardening from season to season.

“We would like to thank all the owners of Willow Hill and our participating gardens for their generous gardening love for sharing with the public and for raising funds for all charities.”

Tickets are available by mail (check ለስ 23 for Scotland Garden Plan)) from Sally Lorimor, Willow, Forgan, Newport-on-Thai, FIFA, DD6 8RA or online https://bit.ly/38xbjcQ

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