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We are pleased to announce that some of our gardens will re-open from 15 July. We are currently updating our opening information. Please check back from 10 July, and also be sure to check our website before setting out to any of our openings to be sure to have the latest information and relevant government advice. If you are not wishing to attend openings just now, you can still visit many of our gardens through our Virtual Garden Visits.

Gifford Village and Broadwoodside

Gifford EH41 4QY
The Gardeners of Gifford and Mr & Mrs Dalrymple
Gifford Village: The gardens vary in size and type, from the compact and informal to the large and formal, with a wide range of plants, shrubs and trees. Gifford was laid out early in the 18th century and has retained much of its original charm. The village includes a beautiful church built in 1708, the Lime Avenue of Yester House, a community woodland and a wide range of gardens — all within walking distance of each other.
Broadwoodside: The garden at Broadwoodside is planted in and around a farm steading rescued from dereliction. While people often talk of starting a new garden with a blank canvas, Broadwoodside was more like painting by numbers – planting the garden has been like an exercise in 'colouring in', with the layout determined by the footprint of the existing buildings and the old walls surrounding them. But, unlike a picture in a frame, a garden is always work in progress.

Directions: Gifford sits between the A1 and the A68 roads about five miles south of Haddington. The village is well signposted from Haddington, Pencaitland and Duns. Broadwoodside is on the B6355 going out of Gifford towards Pencaitland, at the Golf Course junction. 

Openings:
Sunday 12 July, 1pm - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £6.00, children free.
· Gifford Horticultural Society 30% & Gifford Community Land Company 30%.
The listing location on a map.