Explore the impossible garden at Inverewe! This place of amazing plant diversity was established over 100 years ago in the middle of a barren wilderness. At the same latitude as Moscow and Hudson Bay, Inverewe benefits from a unique garden  microclimate thanks to the effects of the Gulf Stream.

From bare rock, a luscious garden grew, where you can expect the unexpected. Plants from across the globe thrive here, including rare Wollemi pines, Himalayan blue poppies, Californian redwoods and a fantastic variety of rhododendrons from China, Nepal and India. We have a rhododendron in flower every day of the year.

We offer a rich events programme in the garden, as well as daily guided walks during the summer season.

In winter, the garden is lit from 4pm onwards, offering a new, enchanting and mystical perspective on the garden.