Kinlochlaich Gardens are set around Kinlochlaich House in Appin, around half way between Fort William and Oban.
The stunning gardens, which over look Castle Stalker, were originally laid out in about 1790 by John Campbell of Lochend. They feature a lovely octagonal walled garden, informal plantings, a spring garden and bluebell woodland walk. The walled garden includes a vegetable and fruit growing area and the flowers planted in the gardens range from rhododendrons and maples to magnolias and embothrium.
In 1976, the Garden Plant Centre was opened and has developed over the years to offer one of the largest range of garden plant collections in Scotland. Many of these plants are displayed within the walled garden.
Kinlochlaich Gardens are open under Scotland’s Garden Scheme and also part of the Glorious Gardens of Argyll and Bute.