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Spring and Autumn
Autumn - colour, leaves and berries Spring - Primulas, meconopsis, trilliums, rhododendrons and arisaemas
Adults £5, Children (5 to 15) £1.
Season ticket £10.
Donation only to Red Squirrel food from November 1 to mid February.
Red squirrels, woodland birds. There are many Red Squirrels being fed in the garden now and it is virtually guaranteed that visitors will see them at some point during their visit. There are a number of seats and viewing areas within the garden. Events: Check website.
Impressive collection of Trilliums, Erythroniums, Arisaemas and Liliums, also Asiatic primulas Widest conifer in UK - Wellingtonia with a girth of 11 meters Cluny seed list available in early winter.
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Cluny is a wild woodland garden set in the scenic Strathtay Valley in the heart of Scotland. The climate, altitude and aspect favour many Himalayan and North American plants. Beneath a canopy of mature specimen trees, rhododendrons and two massive sequoias, drifts of Asiatic primulas adorn the shaded damp positions growing in home-produced leaf mould. Accompanying them are brilliant blue, yellow and red Himalayan poppies, white, pink and red American wood lilies, exotic green Arisaemas and huge Himalayan lilies with wondrous scents. No chemicals are used within the garden allowing many plants to naturalise and blend in with the native wild flowers such as primroses and bluebells. Cluny is a horticultural treasure not to be missed in any season.
Bobby and Betty Masterton bought Cluny House and the surrounding sloping 10 acres in 1950. A woodland garden was developed around a few existing 100 year old 'policy' trees with a strong emphasis on Himalayan and North American plants. After the deaths of the Mastertons in the mid 1980's, the garden (now 6 acres) has been managed since 1987 by one of their daughters, Wendy and husband, John Mattingley.