Benmore's magnificent mountainside setting is a joy to behold. Its 120 acres boast a world-famous collection of plants from the Orient and Himalayas to North and South America. An impressive avenue of giant redwoods, one of the finest entrances to any botanic garden in the world. Established in 1863, these majestic giants stand over 50 metres high. Seven miles of trails throughout lead to a restored Victorian Fernery and dramatic viewpoint at 140 metres looking out to surrounding mountains and Holy Loch. Traditional Bhutanese and Chilean pavilions and the magnificent Golden Gates. National Plant Collection: Abies, South American Temperate Conifers, Picea
This is a fundraising event for the open garden charity Scotland’s Gardens Scheme which raises money for hundreds of local charities.