Arduaine Garden

Located on the west coast of Argyll, 20 miles (32 km) south of Oban and 18 miles (29 km) north of Lochgilphead, Arduaine Gardens occupies an area of 8 ha (20 acres) in a sheltered position on the Sound of Jura. Taking advantage of the warming effect of the Gulf Stream, James Arthur Campbell started planting here in 1898. Essex businessmen Edmund and Harry Wright bought Arduaine in 1971 and after restoring and developing the garden gave it to the National Trust for Scotland in 1992.

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