These beautiful gardens at An Cala were created in the 1930's and situated on the West Coast of Scotland.
Ardchattan Priory Garden was first the home to Valliscaulian monks in the 13th century it has evolved over the years and now boasts fine herbaceous borders as well as a rockery and shrub borders.
Arduaine Garden is famous for its collection of Rhododendrons, magnolias and azaleas established over the last century.
Isle of Skye,
An open garden on the Isle of Skye with 40 acres of exotic trees, shrubs and flowers with sea and mountain views
Armadale Castle Gardens
Isle of Bute,
Ascog Hall, with it's award-winning Victorian fernery and enchanting garden, can be found on the beautiful island of Bute in the Clyde estuary.
This romantic and unique garden is the most northerly on our guide and proves that it is possible to make a garden in the most unlikely places.
Castle of Mey
Compton Acres has 10 acres of gardens with lovely views over Poole Harbour and the distant Purbeck Hills.
Isle of Skye,
Dunvegan Castle and Gardens on the Isle Skye are not to be missed
Portmeirion is home to a 70 acre sub-tropical forest with 20 miles of paths, hidden lakes, temples and breath-taking views.
Trebah Gardens, near Falmouth are one of our favourites in Cornwall
Small garden & great Restaurant in Applecross on the West Coast of Scotland