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Crarae Garden

Inveraray PA32 8YA
The National Trust for Scotland
T:01546 886614 kcogan@nts.org.uk
Crarae is a rugged woodland garden which has spectacular displays of rhododendrons in May and June, a narrow gorge with waterfalls, pools, and varied wildlife from red squirrels and pine martens to otters. Above the garden is the forest garden, a very wild area which was planted in the 1930s as an experiment. This area now has stands of fine tall trees in a unique wild setting but is not open to the public.
National Plant Collection: Nothofagus
Champion Trees: Abies, acer and chamaecyparis

Directions: On A83 ten miles south of Inveraray. Bus Invereray-Lochgilpead

Openings:
Tuesday 17 April, 10am - Dusk (2018)
Admission details can be found on the garden's website.
· Donation to SGS Beneficiaries.
Sunday 22 April, 10am - Dusk (2018)
Admission details can be found on the garden's website.
· Donation to SGS Beneficiaries.

Other details: Disabled access only to part of the lower garden.

The listing location on a map.