© Garden Cottage Nursery, 2017
Some Other Scottish Nurseries
Other Sites To Check Out (Click On The Logos)

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While we may grow all the best plants, we don’t have ALL the plants, if somehow we couldn’t supply you with all the plants you need you could try these good people:
Some Nearby Gardens Open To The Public
These West coast gardens are open all summer:
Inverewe Gardens, a National Trust for Scotland property just 2km south of our nursery. A world famous woodland garden of over 50 acres.
Attadale Garden on the shores of Loch Carron is a lovely woodland garden and only a short distance from it’s own train station.
Applecross Walled Garden has a small delicatessen, coffee shop and a walled garden to boot.
These nearby gardens are open under
Gruinard has a wonderful garden, in a beautiful setting right by the sea and beside a surging river.
Dundonnell has this magnificent ancient yew tree in the middle of an outstanding garden beneath the stately mountain An Teallach.
Some Other Nearby Attractions
For when you are done with plants and gardens here are some other places to visit in our area:
Our Nursery was set up by Ron and Lesley Rushbrooke. Their daughter Alison eschewed plants for a sculpture degree from Edinburgh College of Art. She makes button-themed jewellery from her studio/shop in Poolewe Village Hall. Upstairs you’ll find:
The Visit Wester Ross website is a very useful resource for visitors to our county. It has details of all manner of things to do and see while here as well as events and accommodation.
The Gairloch Heritage Museum contains a wealth of information and artefacts from the area as well as regular special exhibits.
Loch Ewe, the sea loch our nursery is on, played in interesting role in WW2 as a staging area for Russian Arctic Convoys and the area is dotted with crumbling gun emplacements and the like, visit the new museum to find out more.
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Glendoick Garden Centre and Nursery near Kinross. Legendary Rhododendron specialists run by the Cox family.
Kevock Garden Plants in Mid Lothian specialise in unusual smaller perennials and bulbs.
Macplants in East Lothian specialise hardy perennials and have bred several excellent autumn gentians like  our favourite ‘Berrybank Sky’.
Poyntzfield is a specialist in all manner of herbs on the Black Isle about 20 miles from Inverness.
The Tree Shop at the head of Loch Fyne is the best place to look in Scotland for your less common types of trees. Ardkinglass garden with it’s mighty conifers is nearby for inspiration.
Binny Plants in West Lothian is well known for their extensive range of ornamental grasses as well as perennials, shrubs, etc.
Cally Gardens near Castle Douglass grows a weird and wonderful range of perennials
Edrom are growers of Asiatic alpine plants in The Borders
Abriachan Garden beside Loch Ness grow all manner of plants with a particularly large collection of Auriculas.
Munro’s Nurseries is an excellent garden centre a few miles outside Inverness.
Kirkdale in Aberdeenshire sell wide range of cold hardy shrubs and trees.
Kinlochlaich garden centre between Fort William and Oban have a broad range of plants.
Ardfearn Just outside Inverness has a choice selection of alpines amongst other interesting plants.
(the Yellow Book) on two days each summer:
Is a new website to help visitors find exciting gardens across the country open to the public.
Will Sous, the Gardener from Dundonnell and his wife Sue also open their own garden at Durnamuck three times a year and is well worth a visit as both are keen plantspeople and talented gardeners.
© Garden Cottage Nursery, 2017
Some Other Scottish Nurseries
Other Sites To Check Out (Click On The Logos)

Links

While we may grow all the best plants, we don’t have ALL the plants, if somehow we couldn’t supply you with all the plants you need you could try these good people:
Glendoick Garden Centre and Nursery near Kinross. Legendary Rhododendron specialists run by the Cox family.
Kevock Garden Plants in Mid Lothian specialise in unusual smaller perennials and bulbs.
Macplants in East Lothian specialise hardy perennials and have bred several excellent autumn gentians like  our favourite ‘Berrybank Sky’.
Poyntzfield is a specialist in all manner of herbs on the Black Isle about 20 miles from Inverness.
The Tree Shop at the head of Loch Fyne is the best place to look in Scotland for your less common types of trees. Ardkinglass garden with it’s mighty conifers is nearby for inspiration.
Binny Plants in West Lothian is well known for their extensive range of ornamental grasses as well as perennials, shrubs, etc.
Cally Gardens near Castle Douglass grows a weird and wonderful range of perennials
Edrom are growers of Asiatic alpine plants in The Borders
Abriachan Garden beside Loch Ness grow all manner of plants with a particularly large collection of Auriculas.
Munro’s Nurseries is an excellent garden centre a few miles outside Inverness.
Kirkdale in Aberdeenshire sell wide range of cold hardy shrubs and trees.
Kinlochlaich garden centre between Fort William and Oban have a broad range of plants.
Ardfearn Just outside Inverness has a choice selection of alpines amongst other interesting plants.
Some Nearby Gardens Open To The Public
These West coast gardens are open all summer:
Inverewe Gardens, a National Trust for Scotland property just 2km south of our nursery. A world famous woodland garden of over 50 acres.
Attadale Garden on the shores of Loch Carron is a lovely woodland garden and only a short distance from it’s own train station.
Applecross Walled Garden has a small delicatessen, coffee shop and a walled garden to boot.
These nearby gardens are open under
Gruinard has a wonderful garden, in a beautiful setting right by the sea and beside a surging river.
Dundonnell has this magnificent ancient yew tree in the middle of an outstanding garden beneath the stately mountain An Teallach.
Some Other Nearby Attractions
For when you are done with plants and gardens here are some other places to visit in our area:
Our Nursery was set up by Ron and Lesley Rushbrooke. Their daughter Alison eschewed plants for a sculpture degree from Edinburgh College of Art. She makes button-themed jewellery from her studio/shop in Poolewe Village Hall. Upstairs you’ll find:
The Visit Wester Ross website is a very useful resource for visitors to our county. It has details of all manner of things to do and see while here as well as events and accommodation.
The Gairloch Heritage Museum contains a wealth of information and artefacts from the area as well as regular special exhibits.
Loch Ewe, the sea loch our nursery is on, played in interesting role in WW2 as a staging area for Russian Arctic Convoys and the area is dotted with crumbling gun emplacements and the like, visit the new museum to find out more.
(the Yellow Book) on two days each summer:
Is a new website to help visitors find exciting gardens across the country open to the public.
Will Sous, the Gardener from Dundonnell and his wife Sue also open their own garden at Durnamuck three times a year and is well worth a visit as both are keen plantspeople and talented gardeners.