• glenwhan

Garden Category: South Scotland

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  • A beautiful 12 acre hilltop garden overlooking Luce Bay and the Mull of Galloway. Created in 1979, winding paths lead around 2 small lakes. A plantsman’s paradise, full of lovely trees and shrubs, particularly rhododrendrons, rock and water plants. Glenwhan Gardens has been described in Kenneth Cox’s book ‘Scotland for Gardeners’ as…’This 12 acre garden is a fine achievement on an impressive scale’ . Filled with glorious collections of plants from round the world, the focus is around several lakes, with a backdrop of sea, where the plants luxuriate in a variety of habitats. This combined with the spectacular views over Luce Bay and the Mull of Galloway, turns Glenwhan into a unique and lovely place. Also a 17 acre Wildflower Walk with over 120 species of recorded flowers, grasses and ferns may also be discovered. A mix of sculptures may be seen, and seats have been placed to enjoy the stunning views.

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