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Garden Lovers turn out to support cancer research

Keen garden lovers should not miss the remarkable new Rofsie Arts Garden, near Auchtermuchty in Fife, which is opening its gates to the public for the first time this year, on Sunday 27th April from 1pm – 4pm for its very special and historic collection of daffodils, and again on 7th and 8th June 2014 as part of this year’s Fife Garden Festival 2014 run by Scotland’s Gardens, Fife.

40% of ticket proceeds will go to Worldwide Cancer Research so if you are able to make it along you'll not only see a wonderful garden but you'll be helping fund some of the best cancer research in the world.

Rofsie is a very personal and thought-provoking garden, reflecting the interests of its owners, Caroline and Andrew Thomson. Themes of art, science and family resonate in the design concepts, layouts and plant selections. It is a delightful garden, still evolving, and a glimpse in spring will whet the appetite to allow time for a return visit in June, when the potager, pond, grass labyrinth, orchard, shady borders, sunny lawns and woodland walks can be appreciated at their peak.

Fife Garden Festival 2014 tickets are only available in advance – visit www.scotlandsgardens.org

Those presenting Festival tickets will gain entry to Rofsie on 27th April at half price: festival tickets can be purchased at the gate, so this may be a good time to buy!