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Dawyck Botanic Garden

 

Dawyck Botanic Garden

Description

Stunning collection of rare trees and shrubs. With over 300 years of tree planting, Dawyck is a world-famous arboretum with mature specimens of Chinese conifers, Japanese maples, Brewer's spruce, the unique Dawyck beech and Sequoiadendrons from North America which are over 45 metres tall. Bold herbaceous plantings run along the burn. Range of trails and walks. Fabulous autumn colours.

Directions

Eight miles southwest of Peebles on B712.

Garden Openings

Sunday 8 October 10:00am - 5:00pm

Admissions

£6.50, concessions £5.50, children u16 free (includes donation to garden, for prices without donation check rbge.org.uk).

Beneficiaries

Donation to SG Beneficiaries

Features & Catering

  • Disabled Access
  • Teas available.
  • Plant stall

Other Details

National Plant Collection ®: Larix and Tsuga. Open for the Snowdrop Festival 1st February - 13 March. A range of trails and walks are on offer. Visit the new hydro-electric scheme at the Scrape Burn. Lunches and teas using local produce are available in the cafe overlooking scenic woodland. Open February to November, see website for details.

Contact

A Regional Garden of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Stobo
EH45 9JU

Call 01721 760 254

Website

Location

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