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Geilston Garden , Cardross , Scotland
Scotland

Geilston Garden , which is part of the National Trust of Scotland , can be found at the north west end of the village of Cardross . It is situated on high ground which gives great views of Port Glasgow and Greenock on the River Clyde .

The garden comprises several different style gardens from a vegetable garden , an orchard , a walled garden and a woodland area which Geilston burn runs through . This photo was taken between the vegetable and orchard gardens .

The gardens surround Geilston House which unfortunately is not open to the public .

It is a great place to go for short walks and has several picnic spots .

Copyright: Alan Mc Lean (Albiphotography)
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Tags: uk; scotland; cardross; geilston; house; garden; nature; national trust; picnic; walks; flowers; woods
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