Crarae Garden lies 10 miles south of Inveraray in Argyll and is a Himalayan-style exotic garden, managed by the National Trust for Scotland.
Crarae Garden stretches to around 25 hectares and features important collections of plants and trees. These include ones of the most significant groups of rhododendrons in Scotland. Other species of note are part of the National Collection of Nothofagus (beech trees) and acer and eucalyptus trees.
The garden is set on a hillside down which tumbles the Crarae Burn and the scene is reminiscent of a Himalayan gorge. The surrounding tree and shrub collections have been planted for artistic and naturalistic effect.