Dawyck Botanic Garden
Dawyck Botanic Garden
One of the finest arboreta in Britain, Dawyck offers a lush display of colour throughout the year. The garden is set within the Dawyck Estate, in the beautiful landscape of the Scottish Borders.
Highlights include an azalea terrace, which offers a brightly coloured display in Spring. One often-photographed feature is a Dutch bridge, overlooked by Douglas firs. There are old larches and a Beech Walk offering excellent views to Dawyck House. The garden is decorated with Italian stonework commissioned by Sir John Naesmith, who once owned the garden.

Dawyck is associated with the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, as a regional centre.