Yew will love this!

Kelburn Country Centre is taking part in Visit Scotland's national tree festival.

Use the centre's self-led Heritage Tree Trail (created for Discover Scottish Garden’s Tree Festival) and discover the many weird and wonderful trees lurking in the unique woodland, gardens and glen.

A centre spokesman said: "Kelburn is famous for its many unusual trees, including the 1000 Year Old Yews and the Weeping Larch which have been recognised by the Forestry Commission as two of the 100 most important ‘heritage’ trees in Scotland.

Ann Steele, Head of Heritage Gardening at National Trust for Scotland, said: “The Scottish Tree Festival is a great way to take a moment to reflect on and acknowledge the important role trees play in our everyday lives. The benefits of trees extend beyond their beauty; from social and communal to economic, health and environmental benefits. Scotland is lucky to have some of the most extraordinary species, rich in heritage and diversity."

The event takes place on 28-30 September from 10am-4pm.