Friday, 1 May 2009

Cluny House Perthshire

Cluny House Perthshire
Cluny House Perthshire taken on a damp rainy day was still beautiful and the selection of plants , shrubs and trees amazing.

The garden was created by Bobby and Betty Masterton. When they arrived in the 1950s there were a few trees – conifers, beeches and oak, but more notably the two magnificent Wellingtonias you can see today. One of them is Britain’s widest conifer, with a girth of 11 metres. Although over 150 years old, these natives of North America are still youngsters as the trees can live for a thousand years.

Opening times: 10am – 6pm March to October inclusive
There is a grassed lawn and decking area suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.