The Garden Landscape Guide

An Cala

A 1930s garden designed by Thomas Mawson. Much of the original planting still survives - including Japanese cherry trees and Poulsen roses. The garden is surrounded by a high grey brick wall to shelter it from the Atlantic gales.

Isle of Seil, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA34 4RF

April to October., Open 10am to 6pm.

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  • about 2 years by Anonymous 5 / 5

    This garden is to me the most beautiful garden in Argyll- although small it is packed with so much colour and variety and such a diverse layout for such a small area- well worth every penny to visit. The water features, stone and twisting paths are a delight to follow. Recommend this graden for its ability to touch the soul and for good ideas for anyone with a small area.

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An Cala Garden, Isle of Seil Photograph © Bonar Hutchison
An Cala Garden, Argyll Photograph © Bonar Hutchison