Scotland's Gardens

Pitcurran House

 

Pitcurran House

Description

End of village garden with an interesting combination of trees, shrubs and plants. Behind the house euphorbia mellifera and melianthus major grow happily amongst hebes and cistus. The garden also includes rhododendrons and azaleas, meconopsis, trilliums, tree peonies, Smilacena racemosa and a good Caragana arborescens 'Lorbergii'.There is a rose pergola covered in Blush Noisetta, 'Feicite Perpetue' and 'Paul's Himalayan Musk'. A large west facing hydrangea border brightens up the late summer.

Directions

South East of Perth. From M90 (exit 9) take A912 towards Glenfarg, go left at roundabout onto A913 to Abernethy. Pitcurran House is at the far eastern end of the village.

Garden Openings

By arrangement 1 April - 30 September

Admissions

£4.00, accompanied children free

Beneficiaries

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) receives 40%, the net remaining to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access
  • Dogs Allowed

Other Details

There will be a few plants for sale.

Contact

The Hon Ranald and Mrs Noel-Paton
Abernethy
PH2 9LH

Call 01738 850933

Email

Location

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