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Dawyck Botanic Garden

Discover Dawyck's secrets as you explore its woodlands in the stunning surroundings of the Scottish Borders. Over 300 years of tree planting has created one of the world's finest arboreta. Come and marvel at the mature specimen trees including Brewer's Spruce and the unique Dawyck Beech. Some giants from western North America are over 40 metres tall!

  • Beech Walk, stroll along the walkway for a tree-top view of Dawyck.

  • Azalea Terrace, colourful displays of striking scented azaleas and unusual rhododendrons.

  • Landscaped walks, follow the tumbling Scrape Burn through the Glen or make your way across the slopes of Scrape Hill.

  • Eye Catching Displays, a host of spring bulbs and amazing autumn colour provide seasonal interest.

  • World's First Cryptogamic Sanctuary, find out about the fascinating role that non-flowering plants play as you wander through Heron Wood.

  • Clinometer, guess the height of some of Dawyck's tallest trees and check your answer using the clinometer.

  • Events, special activities throughout the season for all the family to enjoy.

  • Conservatory with gifts, plants, books and light refreshments.

  • A Regional Garden of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

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  • Directions

    On the B712, 8 miles Southwest of Peebles.

    Dawyck Botanic Garden Postcode for SatNav: EH45 9JU


    +44 (0)1721 760 254
    +44 (0)1721 760 214

    Scottish Borders
    EH45 9JU

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