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Gardens blossom in open days for charities

FIVE Argyll gardens are throwing open their gates over the next few weeks as part of the Scotland’s Gardens scheme.

Among them is one at Dalmally that will be open this weekend in order to raise money for school food charity Mary’s Meals.

Visitors to Philip and Sarah Bowden-Smith’s Braevallich Farm will enjoy more than eight acres of stunning scenery, including a kitchen garden, waterfalls and beds of rhododendron, azaleas and camellias.

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