There are wonderful and varied Pitlochry Gardens to visit. The gardens are varied from a garden designed and planted to celebrate the Scottish Plant Collectors to a mid 20th century Himalayan garden.
Explorers Garden tells the tale of the early Scottish plant collectors. They set off around the world in search of exotic plants and flowers to grace European gardens.
Gardens are popular with today’s tourists. We have taken time detailing what each of the four Pitlochry Gardens offers. All are very different, so each have something different to offer the garden enthusiast.
The four Pitlochry Gardens:-
Scottish Plant Hunters Garden Pitlochry
A very special garden, designed to celebrate the Scottish Plant Collectors. It was conceived and built with the assistance of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. It tells the fascinating stories of the early Scottish Plant collectors. Julia the head gardener is a modern day Scottish Plant collector travelling all over the world. READ MOREAddress:Port-Na-Craig Rd, Pitlochry PH16 5DR
Cluny House Gardens
Today the gardens are lovingly cared for by Wendy and John Mattingly. The gardens were started in the 1950's by Bobby and Betty Masterton, Wendy's Mum and Dad. They had a particular interest in Himalayan plants, which the local conditions are perfect for. There are two magnificent 150 year old Wellingtonias, one of them is Britain's widest conifer, with a girth of over 11 metres. READ MOREAddress:Aberfeldy PH15 2JT