Cared for by the National Trust for Scotland. Discover this lovely walled garden in the ancient precinct of Melrose Abbey. Enjoy a picnic or an amble around the tranquil old orchard and woodland area.
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Discover the history of the garden, admire David Annand’s beautiful bronze dove sculpture, and spot over 90 different kinds of apple grown organically, including 70 heritage varieties. Visit the garden in summer to see the herbaceous borders at their vibrant and colourful best.
With wonderfully framed views across to the abbey, the orchard cultivates many historical apple varieties, as well as plums, pears, damsons and greengages. The shady woodland area brings a touch of untamed wildness to the garden.
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