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Earlston TD4 6AL
Mr and Mrs Anthony Foyle
T:01896 849272
Current Openings:
Sunday 7 July, 11am - 5pm (2024)
Admission £8.00, children free.
Nominated charity: Marie Curie 60%.
Description: A traditional and romantic garden set in a beautiful 18th-century landscape. This garden is best known for its historically important collection of roses, with a national collection of pre-19th century Gallica roses and for its design of garden rooms with soft delicate herbaceous planting. Visit the oval walled garden, spilling with roses and billowing herbaceous borders, the herb garden with yellow and white roses set against acid green herbs or sit in the secret garden, planted in silver and pale pink. Walk to the apple orchard of historic apple trees and wild flowers or through the rose gates to the 18th century bridge and into the park and sit by the river. Carolside is said to be 'one of Scotlands finest private gardens'.
National Plant Collection: Pre-19th century Rosa Gallica

Directions: One mile north of Earlston on the A68. Entrance faces south. Garden accessible by Borders Bus 51, ask to get off at Carolside gate.

Other details: Dogs on leads in the park only.

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