One Hundred Years of Glendoick Gardens. In 1919 Euan Cox went to Burma with celebrated plant hunter Reginald Farrer in search of new and rare plants. When he returned to the UK, Euan began transforming the grounds of Glendoick House near Perth with Himalayan plants making a now famous woodland garden. Today Glendoick Gardens, which straddle a fast-flowing burn, are home to an incredible range of rare species rhododendrons and from early spring until summer these, along with magnolias, camellias, swathes of Meconopsis, Primula, lillies and lots more. Alongside the five-acre gardens is Glendoick Nursery, established by Euan and his son Peter in 1953, which has a world-wide reputation or hybridising Rhododendrons and Azaleas, as well as the award-winning Glendoick garden centre.