Open 7 days 9am to 5pm (winter)
Monday to Sunday: 9am - 5.30pm
Monday to Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Sunday: 10am - 5pm
Cafe closes at 45 minutes before Garden Centre closing time.
1 April-31st May
Monday - Friday: 10 - 4pm
Saturdays & Sundays: 2pm - 5pm.
We don't have SGS Sunday open days any more but you can visit every Sunday afternoon in May.
Glendoick Garden Centre, Glencarse, Perth, PH2 7NS
Lavender, Euphorbia, Iberis, Meconopsis
Our plant area team at Glendoick sell only the best plants for Scottish Conditions. We've been selling plants at our garden centre since 1973 and growing plants at Glendoick since 1953.
Kenneth Cox's books Garden Plants for Scotland and Fruit and Vegetables for Scotland are based on years of research and interviews with Scotland's top growers.
Whether you have a windy seaside garden, an cold inland garden or a small plot in the clay soils of the Carse of Gowrie, we can give you the ideal list of plants to make your garden beautiful
Glendoick follow the philosophy that we should sell Scottish Plants whenever they are available. Some of the many examples of Glendoick's Scottish grown plants include.
And if we have to go south of the border, we go for suppliers in the North: trees and shrubs from Yorkshire, bedding, herbs and vegetable plants from Cumbria.
You wont find any plants grown in Scotland on sale at Homebase, B&Q or Dobbies. They buy them all in from many miles away and they are transported in large lorries from as far as Italy. Indeed you wont find many British Plants at the Garden Centre and DIY chains, as most of them are imported. Why does this matter? 'Plant Miles' matter. And plants grown in Scotland are in tune with the seasons: ready to be planted out in Scottish Conditions. Dobbies used to be independent and used to support Scottish horticulture. Since Tesco took over, things have changed. Many Scottish wholesale nurseries have gone bust because they cant sell into Dobbies and other chains of garden centres.
So why does this matter?