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Harmony Garden

Located opposite the Abbey in Melrose, Scottish Borders, Harmony Garden was named after the Jamaican pimento plantation Harmony from which the Melrose joiner Robert Waugh had made his fortune. The gardens surround a 19th Century house, which is closed to the public, and is characterised by lawns, mixed and herbaceous borders and displays of spring bulbs.

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