Scotland's Gardens

Braevallich Farm


Braevallich Farm


Two gardens, one at the farm and another 300 metres above. The former is approx. 1.5 acres and developed over the last 40 years; its principal features include dwarf rhododendron, azaleas (evergreen and deciduous), large drifts of various primula and meconopsis, and mixed herbaceous/shrubs; there is also quite a serious kitchen garden. The garden above the farm, at approx. 7 acres, was developed over the last 25 years out of a birch and sessile oak wood and is a traditional glen garden intersected by two pretty burns with waterfalls. The peaceful setting and varied topography create attractive vistas. Plantings are predominantly rhododendron (120 plus varieties), deciduous azalea (30 varieties), camellia, magnolia, eucryphia, and many different shrubs and trees with large drifts of bluebell and other bulbs.


SE of Loch Awe on B840, 15 miles from Cladich, 7 miles from Ford.

Garden Openings

Saturday 20 May 1:00pm - 5:30pm
Sunday 21 May 1:00pm - 5:30pm




Mary's Meals receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Home-made teas available.
  • Dogs Allowed
  • Plant stall

Other Details

Please note waterproof footwear is recommended.


Mr Philip Bowden-Smith
by Dalmally
PA33 1BU

Call 01866 844246



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