In Melrose the other day we visited Priorwood Garden, known especially for its orchard. Look at those pears on that fine old south-facing wall; note also the 'door' on the right (below) which is at first floor level and opens onto nothing but a drop to the ground - might it once have had a forestair?)
The orchard is home to many old varieties of apple,
and a mulberry (see below).
If you crave mulberry jam, Mortimer & Bennett will send you some, and very good it is.
The garden stands beside the ruins of Melrose Abbey
and is thought to have been the site of the monks' kitchen garden.