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The Pines

43, St Ronan's Terrace, Innerleithen EH44 6RB
Fiona and Bill Jack
T:07969 081965 fgbwjack@gmail.com
Camellias, rhododendrons and hydrangeas thrive in this terraced one-and-a-half-acre garden, perched on the hillside overlooking the town of Innerleithen in the Tweed Valley. Set over four levels, the gardens were created in 1905 around the Arts and Crafts house. Formal lawns, rose garden and herbaceous borders fill the lower terraces. The owners have concentrated on bee friendly flowers to encourage insects as they have a fenced in area for their apiary. On the upper level, a large walled garden with restored glasshouse, original espalier apple trees leading through to wildflower meadows and hillside woodland.

Directions: Bus X62. From Peebles turn left off the A72 on Hall Street which bears right into St Ronan's Terrace. The garden has green gates and is uphill on the left. Free car park at bottom of hill.

Openings:
Sunday 17 May, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Bees for Development 30% & Innerleithen Pipe Band 30%.
Sunday 9 August, 2pm - 5pm (2020)
Cancelled
Admission £5.00, children free.
· Bees for Development 30% & Innerleithen Pipe Band 30%.
The listing location on a map.