The David Douglas Grove is a stand of 25 trees and shrubs in Scone Recreation Park planted from 1990 to honour David Douglas, Scone’s most famous son.
The Scone & District Historical Society (SCO 39253) in 2019 erected an information board at the site naming all the trees and shrubs. All are species introduced to Scotland by the world famous botanist.
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