Ardkinglas Woodland Garden

On the shores of Loch Fyne in Argyll, Ardkinglas Woodland Garden is home to one of the tallest trees in Scotland, a 'monster' silver fir, and a beautiful collection of rare and unusual trees and shrubs, including many Rhododendrons, Magnolias, Rowans and Maples. In 2012 NTCS commissioned a new management plan for the woodland garden, and in 2013 funded a new suite of interpretation highlighting the champion trees. In early 2015, NTCS secured funding on behalf of the Ardkinglas Estate to undertake a broad range of remedial tree works, in response to the loss of several trees, and damage sustained, during recent winter storms.

Ardkinglas Woodland Garden

Interpretation

Interpretation Panels at Ardkinglas

You can view the six interpretation panels that were commissioned to highlight the tree collection to visitors at Ardkinglas. It focusses on the five champion trees and includes an introductory welcome panel.

Planning

Ardkinglas Landscape Management Plan

This landscape management plan was commissioned to help guide management of the garden over the coming years, and to leave a crucial record for future generations.

Trees

Storm Recovery

Read about how funding was secured from Forestry Commission Scotland to undertake remedial arboricultural works in the woodland garden in the wake of damaging winter storms.