If you visit the Cruikshank Botanic Garden you'll find a beautiful 11-acre site dedicated to promoting an appreciation of plants. The 19th-century garden stands on the campus of the University of Aberdeen and is still used for teaching, research and practical experience for students. Today it contains a collection of more than 2,500 carefully labelled plants that is considered of national importance. Explore the Cruikshank Botanic Garden if you are a horticultural enthusiast, or if you just want to spend a peaceful time in an attractive fragrant environment. The highlights include an arboretum, rose garden and decorative rock-and-water garden.
For full details visit:http://www.abdn.ac.uk/botanic-garden/