Cluny House Gardens
The garden was created by Bobby and Betty Masterton and 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. The Mastertons had a particular interest in Himalayan plants which thrive in the Cluny's perfect conditions. Many of the seeds they grew are now large trees, such as the Tibetan cherry, notable for its mahogany peeling bark.
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