But these six acres are more than a collection of brilliant plants in a wonderful setting, for driving the entire project is an organic ethos and respect for nature.
Cluny is as much a "wild" garden as a garden for wildlife.
For this you have to go to Wendy and John Mattingley's comparatively small slice of Perthshire hillside, where the art of woodland gardening is all in the detail.
In no other garden have so many rare, curious and beautiful woodlanders been gathered and grown with more finesse.
Nearly a dozen red squirrels make their homes here, lining their dreys in the wind-blown holes of mature conifers with the dead stems of cotoneaster and strips of juniper bark.