22 September 2020
You don't have to travel far from Glasgow city centre to enjoy a green oasis, as this garden guide reveals...
Make the most of your visit to Glasgow & Argyll with these four hand-picked National Trust for Scotland gardens.
A must-visit for enthusiastic gardeners, Greenbank Garden is an oasis of greenery boasting over 3,600 plant species. Explore the walled garden surrounded by beech trees and wildflower meadows.
Punches of colour, a succession of seasonal plants and delicious fresh fruit and vegetables give the celebrated Geilston Garden its classic yet vibrant feel.
Marvel at the exotic botanicals to be found at the tranquil oasis that is Arduaine Garden, and take a stroll across to the coastal viewpoint to enjoy a remarkable panorama of the Sound of Jura.
Crarae Garden is a spectacular 50-acre woodland garden in a dramatic setting with a wonderful collection of plants centred around the Crarae Burn, which tumbles through a rocky gorge in a series of cascades.
Blog extracted from a Scotland-wide garden guide by National Trust for Scotland, which you can read here.