Seaton Park, located between the park and the University of Aberdeen's residence halls, are the gardens of Seaton Stables. I assume that the name gives it away: this place likely used to be stables for horses. Regardless, the location now boasts one of the most beautiful, secluded public gardens that I've ever seen. The entire complex is divided into three little walled enclosures, surrounded by high brick walls. It boasts benches, and pathways lined with beautiful foliage. Best of all, it's so secluded that you wouldn't know it was there if you didn't divert off of the beaten path.
Brig O' Balgownie. Here are some pictures of some of its featured flowers that I took earlier this Spring.
Absolutely stunning, and a great example of the cultivated beauty that Scotland has to offer.