A woodland garden, under-planted with a large collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, as well as specimen trees and shrubs.
Angus garden is a nine acre woodland garden approx 2 miles from the popular highland village of Taynuilt. Created in 1957 by Betty Macdonald in memory of her son Angus, who was killed in Cyprus the year earlier. The garden is set in magnificent scenery, with stunning views towards Ben Cruachan and Glen Etive, and offers peaceful walks and interesting plants. Famous for its collection of hybrid rhododendrons and azaleas the garden has also featured on numerous gardening and general interest television programmes. There are three colour-coded walks ranging from 30mins to 90mins approx.