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On the programme on October 8th...
In the penultimate programme of this series the Beechgrove team enjoy the autumn colour in the garden and then turn their thoughts towards next year.
Carole and George plant various combinations of bulbs and spring bedding plants to see which of these make the most attractive displays – only time will tell. They also carefully pot up top size bulbs of hyacinths and narcissi for exhibiting at local flower shows early next spring.
Jim has a big clear out and clean up in his greenhouse – what will he do with all those green tomatoes?
We catch up with Brian Cunningham at Scone Palace Garden to review the progress made to the David Douglas trail, which showcases many of this famous plant hunter’s introductions.
Carole visits Tillypronie Garden near Tarland and delights in the swathes of heathers and late summer colour.
Programme 25 - Clearing Out the Greenhouse
Jim and George take a look at some autumn colours before heading to the Robinson greenhouse to clear it and prepare it for next year