Ness Botanic Garden will be welcoming back Plant Hunters' Fairs for their late summer event on Sunday, September 1.

Organiser Martin Blow said: "If your garden is looking a little tired after the summer, then this is a great opportunity to find some late blooming plants to cheer it up.

"It is also the perfect time to plant ready for next year’s bloom.

"The nursery folk will be more than happy to give you the benefit of their experience in planting and caring for the plants you buy so you can get the best from them."

The fair continues to attract the cream of specialist nurseries.

Attending for the first time from Staffordshire will be Artisan Plant Supports with hand-crafted iron garden plant supports.

The fair is held in the self-contained herb garden and entry is £1.

The fee is redeemable against subsequent entry to the main gardens if you choose to visit these on the day, and there is ample free parking.

The restaurant is open for teas, cakes and light meals.

Dogs on leads are welcome at the fair but not in the main garden.

The fair runs from 10am to 4pm on Sunday 1st September.

For full details of all nurseries attending see