We are delighted that you have found us and hope you enjoy reading about Geilston Garden, Cardross, Argyll & Bute. More importantly, we hope you can support the group as we ensure the heritage and legacy left by Miss Elizabeth Hendry in bequeathing Geilston House and Gardens to the public is upheld and retained for generations to come. See The Geilston Story.
The results of the 2020 Photo Competition are in! Here are the photos.
If you like these then you will find them featured on the 2021 Friends of Geilston Calendar available at the following local outlets:
- Cardross Pharmacy
- Star Newsagents
- Craigend Nusery
- Ardardan Farm Shop
Or by post from Ken Readman, Woodlands, Cardross, G82 5HB
Cost: £5 (+£1.90 p&p)
Geilston Garden is situated in the village of Cardross, just four miles from Helensburgh. For more information about other attractions and things to do in Helensburgh go to:
The Garden is now closed for the season and will reopen in the Spring of 2021
If you are missing your visits to the garden please follow this link to see a virtual tour Video by Stuart Hannah.
And if you are looking for expert advice on preparing your garden for the winter check out the link below to the NTS pages, where Alison Farrell, our head gardener and Simon Jones, Manager for Gardens & Designed Landscapes at NTS, offer some thoughts. And you can enjoy more photos of the garden!
To read more about the recent work of the group and events visit our News Pages.
Does Geilston Gardens hold any special memories for you? We’d love to hear what you think about the garden, to get in touch you can use our Contact Us form or email direct email@example.com
The Friends continue to be in discussions with the National Trust for Scotland to safeguard the long term future of the garden.
FOG wish to thank our local MSPs, Jackie Baillie and Maurice Corry for their continued interest and support for our campaign and their representation in the Parliament.