An Cala is a 1930s designed garden situated on the Isle of Seil, off the Argyll coast.
The beautiful An Cala garden is surrounded by cliffs, giving it a horseshoe type shelter. The garden has an impressive range of plants and features. These include bold and colourful plants, natural rockeries and several small, winding streams throughout the gardens. There is also a waterfall, ponds and many herbaceous plants as well as azaleas, rhododendrons and cherry trees in spring.
The garden offers spectacular views across to the Isle of Mull and is one of the Glorious Gardens of Argyll and Bute. This scheme showcases 20 stunning gardens across Argyll & the Isles.
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