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Beautiful little botanic garden in Old Aberdeen with loads of little hidden corners and a number of different sections. We visited in August when the garden was not at its best, but there was still plenty to enjoy - the long perennial borders were imposing....More
It might look a little unkempt if you are used to perfectly manicured National Trust gardens, but there is a lot to see. There is a wide variety of plants in the various sections, which include an arboretum and some have very interesting information boards...More
This garden is not well advertised and it is well off the beaten track in fact a lot of Aberderdonians do not even know it exists. Entrance is free and if you find yourself here it is quite an experience. The gardens are well cared...More
Nestled in the heart of Old Aberdeen, the Cruikshank gardens were founded in the distant 1898 to serve the researchers of the nearby university and the general public alike. Populated by plants from all over the world, the garden's face constantly changes throughout the seasons...More
Stumbled upon this garden as I was walking around Old Aberdeen en route to Cathedral of St. Machar. What a lovely garden, hidden away from the world outside. It's not big, but give yourself time to wander the packed earth footpaths and sit on one...More
I came across the Cruickshank Botanic Garden purely by accident as I made my way towards St Machar's Cathedral in Old Aberdeen. It was donated to Aberdeen University by a Miss Cruickshank who had relatives who taught at the University. It is a lovely place...More
This is a Garden the entrance of which is not easily noticed even if you go in front of the entrance. There are large variety of beautiful flowering plants, so nice to visit it the summer flowering seasons. There is a certain amount of dishevelment...More