National Trust group’s plant sale at House of Dun

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The Angus Members’ Centre of the National Trust for Scotland will be having their first plant sale of the year on Sunday, May 24, from 1.30 to 3.30pm in the courtyard at the House of Dun.

The majority of plants are grown locally by the Members’ Centre Gardeners, so they are suitable for the Angus climate and will be properly hardened off.

There will be assorted perennials, shrubs, fruit bushes available, plus many more.

A spokesperson said: “We have lots of laurel and holly just prime for hedging. All potted and available now by contacting Charles (01307 463860) or Dave (01575 572914) or available at the plant sale on request. As usual, if you have any plants that are surplus to your needs they could be just what somebody else wants. Again please contact Charles or Dave.

“Many thanks to all those who have returned pots to allow our gardening venture to continue. Surplus pots are always welcome but please, only those of one litre size or above (i.e. about 5” or more across) and in good condition.”

For information on the events organised by the Members’ Centre, please contact the Membership Secretary on 01674 676783.