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The Greenbank Garden is a 2.5 acre 18th century walled garden, in Carolside, Clarkson, East Renfrewshire. It is owned and operated by the National Trust for Scotland and open to the public.
Stroll around the walled garden, planted to inspire domestic gardeners. Experience a peaceful urban oasis that delights the senses. Admire an impressive range of plants, including a National Collection of Bergenia. Don’t miss the daffodils and bluebells in spring.
The Big Butterfly Count
The Big Butterfly Count is a nationwide citizen science survey aimed to help assess the health of our environment.
The decline in Butterflies is an early warning for wildlife losses. Butterflies react very quickly to changes in their environment and because of this, they are key biodiversity indicators for scientists. Therefore, if their numbers are falling, then nature is in trouble. It is crucial to help preserve our natural world by tracking the numbers of butterflies. You can help by taking part in this huge citizen science enterprise.
Bring the whole family and experience Greenbank Garden’s relaxed and beautiful surroundings, and do your part to help Mother Nature!
This event runs from 10:00-17:00 every day of the week throughout summer.
Book Big Butterfly Count here.
The Woodland Trail at Greenbank Garden
There is a courtyard café and Woodland Trail at Greenbank Garden, designed by the Woodland Trust. This is a fun day out for kids to look for signs in nature that summer is here. Enjoy a trip to the café and claim your sticker for participating in the Woodland Trail.
This event runs from 10:00-16:00 every day of the week throughout summer.
Book Summer Woodland Trail here.
The Outdoor Theatre at Greenbank Garden
There is an Outdoor Theatre located within Greenbank Garden where there will be productions showing throughout the year.
The next production is Pride and Prejudice showing Sat, 30 July 2022 at 18:00
Book Outdoor Theatre tickets here.