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I had visited this garden some 35+ years ago and it seems to have gone a bit backwards since then. I may be being slightly unfair as we have just had an unusually long hot dry period of weather and all gardens are suffering. This...More
Like many National Trust for Scotland gardens, cut backs especially in staffing are all too evident. The attention to detail when a garden has enough gardeners sadly is not there any more. There was plenty colour and interesting plants when we visited in May and...More
Visited this garden on a lovely sunny day. The National Trust must be ashamed on of it. Do not bother to visit unless you are interested in the great week collection. We are NTS members and it is the poorest location we have ever visited.
The Priorwood Garden is a beautiful garden located in the idyllic town of Melrose in the Lowlands of Scotland. The garden is free to enter and is adjacent to a pay bathroom. This garden is very close to Melrose Abbey and is a great spot...More
A nice place to sit, walk, reflect and contemplate. It’s a pity that not all plants have a plaque to name / identify them. It is free entry now. It states no dogs as animals are inside although didn’t notice what animals apart from the...More
Cant wait for the gardens to open again. David the head gardner for Melrose Scottish Natural Trust has done an amazing job to bring back the garden for 2018. The specail apple trees which are very old are an important collection some varities used by...More
The gardens are a delight. Entry is free. There are numerous apple trees, as well as the more formal flower beds. A lot of the plants and fruit trees are labelled, so you know what species they are. Work is on going to extend the...More