Inverness Floral Hall seems to be hidden away but that adds to its charm. Behind its wooden façade lies a peaceful, beautiful place. The gardens are ideal for the photographer, gardener and for those looking for a quiet place to visit in Inverness.
With the low entry price you receive a leaflet, which outlines a tour of the gardens.
One of the two glasshouses shows plants from all around the world from coffee to bananas, orchids to strange varieties of begonia. The sound of water leads you to the Carp pool with fish believed to be more than 30 years old.
The cleverly designed Cactus House has an excellent display of weird and wonderful cacti from all around the world.
Outside there are different planting areas from raised beds, trees, heather and herbs. At the back of the formal garden is The Garden Project for People with Learning Disabilities. There you’ll find areas including small butterfly garden, cottage planting and an impressive rockery.