Tour Scotland Video May Drive To The Bluebell Woods Kinclaven Perthshire
Tour Scotland sunny May video of a drive from Murthly to visit the bluebell woods by Kinclaven, Perthshire, Scotland. There are two different types of bluebells in Scotland, the deep violet native flower and the paler Spanish bluebells, which can also be white or pink. Bluebells are a protected native flower, and have been covering the woodlands of Scotland for centuries. This means that it is more than okay to enjoy the scenery but take pictures, not the flowers. Here are some of the best bluebell woods in Scotland to take in the beautiful blooms: Glen Finglas, Cumbernauld Glen, Fairy Glen by Fortrose in the Highlands, Culzean Castle Country Park, Blamacaan Wood by Inverness, Carron Glen, Dalkeith Estate, Kinclaven, Loch of the Lowes, House of Dun, Keil’s Den by Leven, Fife, Aldouran Glen, Brodick Castle, Pepper Wood Kirkliston, Edinburgh, Cathkin Braes Country Park, Binn Wood by Perth, Baron’s Haugh by Motherwell, Corsehillmuir Wood.
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