Our local gardens are such a joy to visit and many are part of the Scottish Gardens Scheme
The entry donation monies for the garden have raised thousands for local and national charities.
Druimneil House , Appin
Druimneil Gardens have been open for visitors for nearly 40 years; it is a large garden overlooking Loch Linnhe with many fine varieties of mature trees and rhododendrons and other woodland shrubs. There are extensive herbaceaous beds, and a walled garden area being renovated.
Very interesting Plants for sale (also available at the shops of Port Appin and Benderloch.
Directions: Turn in for Appin off the A828 (Connel/Fort William Road). After two miles take a sharp left at Airds Hotel and it's the second house on the right. You can also drive from the turning beside the Airds hotel at Port Appin.
By arrangement usually April to October
A sheltered one-and-a-half acre coastal garden in a scenic setting offering fabulous views over Loch Laich to Loch Linnhe, Castle Stalker and the Morvern hills beyond. This well-tended garden also has lovely wild areas of bog garden and woodland.
Directions: In Appin turn off the A828 Connel to Ballachulish road at Gunn's Garage signposted for Port Appin. After one mile when the road turns uphill, first entrance on the right, half way up the hill
Kinlochlaich Gardens, Appin usually March to October, 10am - 4pm
Description: Octagonal walled garden incorporating a large Nursery Garden Centre with a huge variety of plants growing and for sale. Bluebell woodland walk and spring garden. Many rhododendrons, azaleas, trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants.
Directions: On the A828 in Appin between Oban, 18 miles to the south, and Fort William, 27 miles to the north. The entrance is next to the police station. Infrequent Bus Oban to Fort William - request Stop.
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