Glendoick's gardens and garden centre with its award-winning café is the ideal spring day out in April and May. In 2019, Glendoick celebrated 100 years since Euan Cox returned from Burma with the first rhododendron seeds to be grown and planted in the gardens. Glendoick Gardens boast a unique collection of plants from three generations of Cox plant-hunting expeditions in China and the Himalaya. Enjoy one of the finest collections of rhododendrons and azaleas and other acid-loving plants in the woodland garden and the gardens surrounding the house. Many of the plants have been introduced from the wild or bred by the Cox family and the gardens boast a vast range of plants from as far afield as Chile, Tasmania and Tibet. There are fine waterfall views in the woodland gardens. The award-winning Glendoick Garden Centre has one of Scotland's best selections of plants including their world-famous rhododendrons and azaleas as well as a gift shop and cafe.
Follow the brown signs to Glendoick Garden Centre off A90 Perth - Dundee road. Gardens are a half mile behind the Garden Centre. After buying tickets at the Garden Centre, please drive up and park at the gardens (free parking).
Tickets must be purchased from the Garden Centre before your drive up to the garden. For group bookings email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Groups should pay by single cheque made out to Glendoick Gardens Ltd. Any restaurant bill needs to be paid separately. We can offer guided tours for keen gardening groups only. Visiting at other times by appointment, please email: email@example.com.