Spring is here in Argyll and the bluebells are in full bloom. Here in Lagganmore our developing bluebell patch is in flower and offers a taste of what Argyll has to offer in spring blooms The west coast of Scotland is renown for its gardens warmed by the Gulf Stream – rhodedendrons, azaleas, blubells all in their prime in May and June. Why not take a trip to Inverary Castle with castle grounds bursting with bluebells https://www.inveraray-castle.com/visit/in-around-the-castle/the-gardens-policies . The town even hosts a Bluebell festival with events in the castle https://www.inveraray-castle.com/what-s-on/98-bluebell-festival-2017-month-of-may and a Bluebell Music festival in the George Hotel http://eventsatthegeorge.co.uk/bluebell/. Or staying in Oban a visit to Dunollie Castle https://www.dunollie.org/exploring-dunollie offers you bluebell filled grounds and woodland walks along to the beach at Ganavan as well a a castle to explore, a 1745 house first home of the chiefs of the Clan MacDougall, weavers shed, and events such as Faerie workshops, story telling and even a regular Sunday afternoon piper entertaining in the grounds of the castle. With a garden cafe to round off your visit you’ll not be short of history, fresh air or freshly baked cakes if you visit Dunollie Castle.