The Pitlochy area is blessed with some really excellent Pitlochry Gardens, each very different to what you will find elsewhere in Scotland and in Britain as a whole. The climate and location allows Himalayan plants to be grown and shown off at their best in Cluny House Gardens.
The unique Explorers Garden a Pitlochry Garden that tells the tale of the early European (Scottish) plant collectors who set of around the world in search of exotic plants and flowers to grace the European gardens today.
Here four Pitlochry Gardens in this section, the fifth story is about the very successful Pitlochry in Bloom who have won international acclaim for the Pitlochry town gardens and flower displays.
Hercules Garden Blair Atholl, by Pitlochry
Named after the life-sized statue of Hercules which overlooks the garden, planned by the 2nd Duke of Atholl in the C18th, restored by the 10th Duke. READ MOREAddress: Pitlochry PH18 5TL
Pitlochry in Bloom
The reason behind Pitlochry looking so wonderful each summer & autumn. 3 RHS Gold Awards. A dedicated team who do so much to put Pitlochry on the map. READ MORE
Cluny House Gardens
Cluny House Gardens were started in the 1950's by Bobby and Betty Masterton who had a particular interest in Himalayan plants, which the local conditions were 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