The nursery is located at: Blackhaugh Farm (Spittalfield, PH1 4JZ).
Blackhaugh Farm is a community managed 43 acre farm in Spittalfield, Perthshire, owned and managed by members of BFAG (Blackhaugh Farm Action Group) since 2015.
I am especially busy lifting and delivering trees and workshops throughout January, so please message me if you want to view trees at the farm. There is a selection of potted trees near the farm shop, but as I am often at the end of the field it may be best to call me on 07749987213 to check where I am at any given time. There are often other people working at the farm so do ask for help and advice, or directions to find me!
You are welcome to organise a visit to meet me at the farm to discuss your plans, collect orders or purchase plants and trees.
Blackhaugh Farm: Best route is to turn off the A9 either at Luncarty or Bankfoot. Going north in Bankfoot, turn right 1/2 mile into the village (signposted Perth but turn right again before reaching the A9) and head towards Murthly / Stanley. Turn left after 2 miles or so, go through Murthly, then cross the River Tay at Caputh. Lastly, turn right in the village towards Blairgowrie and then look out for the polytunnels on the right after the school. The farm entrance is just before the village of Spittalfield. Look for the Farm Shop sign. There’s a nice tea shop in the village too.
Blackhaugh: There are plenty of parking spaces in the farmyard.
Blackhaugh: The number 34 bus regularly passes Blackhaugh Farm from Perth or Blairgowrie. See Stagecoach Perth for times – check their website here.
Cycling & Rail
The farm is accessible by bike via the Salmon Run – Sustrans Route 77, which runs from Dundee to Perth to Dunkeld to Pitlochry. You can combine cycling with a train journey to our nearest station, Dunkeld (5 miles) or the next nearest, Perth (9 miles). How many fruit trees can you fit in your panniers? Record is 16!