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Geilston Gardens

A property bequeathed in 1989 to the National Trust for Scotland, Geilston Garden is associated with Geilston House, a small country house at the west end of Cardross on the banks of the River Clyde, 18 miles (29 km) northwest of Glasgow. The house and garden were developed on the fortunes made from tobacco and other Glasgow-based industries. Amongst it many attractive features are a fruit-and-vegetable garden with central 'dipping pond', a walled garden with traditional glasshouses, and a burn that winds through a wooded glen.

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