Harlaw is set in a one-acre garden surrounding a typical Berwickshire farmhouse, in a truly rural setting with lovely Border views. The owner has spent many years building up a collection of over 65 varieties of named daffodils and narcissus, naturalised throughout the garden. It has a mature nuttery with several highly productive walnut, hazel and gingko biloba trees and an orchard with apple, pear and plum trees. In the summer there is a large cutting garden and vegetable patch. There are two greenhouses with a large cactus collection. The gardener is a keen plantswoman, propagating most of her own stock.
From the east drive through Eccles village then take the first turning right signposted Loan Knowe. Continue to the cycle route sign, turn left and the house is one mile on the left. From Ednam, go through the village, take left turn to Hume, go to T junction, turn right and continue to the white cottage, take right fork cycle route, Harlaw is half mile on right.
Sunday 19 April, 1pm - 4pm (2020)
Admission £4.00, children free.
· Border Womens Aid 60%.
A large flock of poultry including geese, ducks, guinea fowl, turkeys and fancy hens wander the garden free range; please wear wellington boots or stout footwear.