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It’s a shame the house is closed but the garden provides a rather nice spot for a picnic and has some fantastic planting.
There was a small stall at the gate selling fruit and veg from the garden today. Really superb produce.
Harmony garden is a beautiful garden area, which is free to enter and has within it, well presented Harmony house, surrounded by sunken gardens, well laid bulb gardens, together with nurtured salad gardens and is accompanied by an interesting quiz on a sheet, available from...More
We went in late autumn and although there was not a lot of colour it is a nice formal structured garden. The veg allotment garden was interesting it is NTS so picnics would not be welcomed here. It is a formal private garden
Just manage to visit as near the end of the season. Notice indicated it would be closed for the winter. Beautiful garden very peaceful. Lawned area trees, bushes flowers and vegetable beds. Worth a visit well worth leaving a donation in the box provided.
These gardens are 5 minutes walk from the town centre, just past the Abbey on the other side of the road.
There is parking nearby. Entry to the gardens is free. They are a joy to walk round, and we're not too busy when we...More
The house was built in 1807 by a plantation owner that made his fortune in a pimento and lime plantation in Jamaica. The Garden was established as an attractive setting for a Georgian home. One of the Nationals Trust for Scotland's architectural gems. Grounds are...More
Whilst staying in Melrose we decided to have a look around Harmony Garden. Fabulous display of flowers, fruit and vegetables and very well tended. Spoke to a girl who worked there and she was very friendly and informative. It's a shame that the house isn't...More