Gardens To Visit in Oban and Lorn
A fifteen foot high surrounding wall plus the benign effect of the Gulf Stream allows abutilons and other tender plants to survive here.
Spectacularly situated overlooking Loch Fyne the garden contains many Champion Trees including one of the tallest trees in Britain.
This is the site of Ardkinglass estate, situated at the head of Loch Fyne. One of the finest collections of rhododendrons and conifers in the British Isles.
A fine collection of hybrid rhododendrons, azaleas & climbing plants plus a wide variety of shrubs & herbaceous perennials.
NTS property between Loch Melfort and Asknish Bay. Take a horticultural journey across the temperate world.
A slightly more informative page that the National Trust's own website, with several pictures to give you a flavour of the garden.
Crarae is near Inveraray. Trees and shrubs from all over the temperate world thrive in the setting of a natural highland glen.
The definitive guide to nearly 20 gardens in Argyll and Bute that are open to visitors. An excellent site from this joint marketing group.
Kinlochlaich House Gardens incorporate a fine hexagonal walled garden, informal plantings, spring garden and bluebell woodland walk.
Situated in Appin, Kinlochlaich is the West Highlands' largest nursery garden centre, with a huge variety of plants for sale.
Small hardy plant centre with over 600 species of perennials, herbs, alpines, grasses, shrubs, climbers, annuals and native trees. They also do poultry.