Ardmaddy Castle Garden

A Gardens in Argyll

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A fine collection of species and hybrid rhododendrons, azaleas and climbing plants line the walls with a continually increasing variety of shrubs and herbaceous perennials. Between dwarf box hedges flourish a wide range of interesting vegetables and cane fruits which are grown using labour-saving methods.

Walks with exceptional colour in autumn through mixed shrubs, trees and spring flowering bulbs lead on to the water gardens and up into bluebell woods among which are some fine rhododendrons more than half a century old. Recent "clock garden" with cutting flowers, stone and water features add to the interest of this ever evolving garden.

Gardens open all year round dawn till dusk.

Getting there: 8 miles south of Oban A816, turn right B844 sign Easdale. 4 miles on turn left sign Ardmaddy, 1.5 miles.

Facilities available:Wheelchair acess in part/with assistance, Toilets inc disabled, Plants for sale, Guided tours and catering by prior agreement, Dogs on leads, Meals and teas at Tigh an Truish Pub at "Atlantic Bridge" 2 miles.

Ardmaddy Castle Garden

By Oban
PA34 4QY
T 01852 300353
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Argyll stretches from Ayrshire in the South along the Western seaboard with Greater Glasgow to the East and the Fort William area to the North. Theoretically, Argyll includes the Western Isles, but the Islands are often separated because of their different cultural identity. Much of the area has been developed in the past by Glasgow merchants, who built houses overlooking the entrance to the Clyde. It is wonderfully diverse area of industrial and natural heritage with efficient ferries connecting the various peninsulas and islands and many festivals staged throughout the year.