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Gattonside Village Gardens

Gattonside TD6 9NP
The Gardeners of Gattonside
T:07500 869041 jenbarr@gmx.com
Gattonside is a pretty, south-facing village beside the River Tweed and opposite the town of Melrose. Traditionally, the village was known for its fruit trees and was the garden for the monks of Melrose Abbey. Today it is a village with a variety of gardens. You can visit small, cottage type gardens with mixed herbaceous borders, dahlia enthusiasts' gardens and even ponds with fish. There are new gardens and more established gardens — with mixed borders, vegetables, fruit cages as well as many beautiful trees, copper birch and oak to name but a few.

Directions: Short walk from Melrose over the chain bridge. Twenty-minute walk along River Tweed from Tweedbank Railway Station. By car access off the A68 signposted Gattonside.

Openings:
Sunday 16 August, 1pm - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Macmillan Cancer Support 60%.

Other details: Tickets and maps available from village hall on Main Street. Teas and plant sale will be in the village hall.

The listing location on a map.