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What’s in it:

Winter preparation

Over Wintering Veg

Fuchsias

Outdoor Vegtables & Fruit

Plants in pots & tender plants

Protecting roses and herbaceous plants 

Visiting Steadstone

What’s in it:

We are looking for enthusiastic community groups of all descriptions with ideas for improving a piece of disused or undeveloped local land.  We are interested in a wide variety of projects, so, unusual or especially imaginative plans will be most welcome.  Whatever you choose to do, the project should benefit the local community and environment.

What’s in it:

  • Cutting Garden Chrysanthemums and Spray
  • Narcissi Bulbs
  • Tender Shrubs
  • Fruit Pruning
  • Plant Labels
  • Autumn Planters

Auchencairn Community Garden

Community Gardens Application Form 2015

 

What’s in it:

  • Alstroemerias
  • Decking Garden Vegetables
  • Main Vegetable Plot Progress
  • Autumn Colour
  • Bulb Planting
  • Megginch Castle
  • Red Filbert
  • Camellias

What’s in it:

  • Autumn Color in the Gentian river bed
  • Conifer Cuttings
  • New Builds - Final Visit
  • Spring Bedding
  • Fife Flower Show
  • Sweetcorn Crop

What’s in it:

  • Cut Flowers
  • Bulb Planting
  • Pumpkins and Asparagus
  • Aden Allotment
  • Seaside Garden
  • Autumn Colour
  • Entrance Garden

 

What’s in it:

What's in it:
  • Dahlia ‘Isadora’
  • Unusual Vegetables and late summer fruit
  • Show Vegetables
  • Secret Garden Japonicum
  • Gentian river bed

What’s in it:

Jim and Carole look at the bedding display

Jim checks in on his tomatoes

Carole was in the polytunnel looking at the 

results of the crops 

Garden Visit to Frostineb

Harvest special – keeping it fresh  

 

What’s in it:

  • Unusual bedding in the Sunshine Garden
  • Overwintering veg
  • Sweet peppers
  • Onions and runner beans
  • Scone Kitchen Garden
  • Polytunnel vegetables
  • ‘The Garden Cottage’ in Dunnichen

What’s in it:

  • Courgette harvesting
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Problem Corner - The McIntyres
  • Propagation
  • Garden visit - Billy and Linda Lowrie in Balloch

What’s in it:

  • Deluge of Dahlias
  • Hanging baskets
  • Cut flowers
  • Knockando garden SOS
  • Hedge pruning
  • Logie Walled Garden
  • Herb garden

What’s in it:

  • Battle of the melons
  • Main vegetable plot update
  • Pot grown orchard fruit
  • Pruning Camellias
  • Watering compost

What’s in it:

  • Peppers - how to get the most out of them
  • Onions and shallots - disease
  • Aden Allotments: Visit 2
  • Sweet Peas - this year's best
  • Weedkilling observation
  • Aultgowrie Mill - wildflowers

What’s in it:

  • Potato and cabbage observation results
  • Polytunnel crops
  • Tomatoes
  • Alpine troughs
  • Logan Botanic Garden

What’s in it:

  • East Haven Community Garden
  • Lettuce Lattice tasting
  • Decking veggies
  • N, S, E & W Climbers
  • Seed scatter mixes - results
  • Hanging baskets

What’s in it:

This week was very special as Beechgrove teamed up with Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time for a question filled extravaganza. 

  • Gardeners' Question Time Panel
  • Tomatoes and Sweet Peppers
  • Melons: Chris vs. Jim
  • Sowing Biennials
  • Pruning: Clematis, Buxus and Pinus
  • Gooseberry ice-cream

What’s in it:

  • Rasberries and gooseberries in the fruit cage
  • Cherry maintenance
  • Scone Kitchen Garden visit two
  • Progressing the Gentian River Bed
  • Pumpkins, Asparagus and Rapid Salads
  • Old Allangrange
  • Recipe: Pasta, Asparagus and Mint with Poached Egg

What’s in it:

  • Spring bedding out
  • Summer bedding in
  • Planting leeks
  • Plants for impoverished soils
  • Dahlias and cut flowers

What’s in it:

  • Dun Dubh lochside garden
  • Sweetcorn
  • Sweet peas
  • Unusual veg
  • The New Builds

What’s in it:

  • Pond Maintenance
  • Tomato planting
  • Climbers
  • Wall flowers

What’s in it:

  • Gooseberries in the fruit cage
  • Cabbage sowing
  • Hanging baskets
  • A river of Gentians
  • Broadwoodside Garden

What’s in it:

- Pelargoniums in the conservatory

- Decking Vegetables

- Remembrance Poppies

What’s in it:

Feeding woody plants and herbaceous perennials.

  • Sweet peas
  • Hot beds
  • Potted fruit trees
  • Wemyess Erythroniums
  • Scone Palace

What’s in it:

Planting potatoes
Spring pruning
Aden Allotments
New build gardens

What’s in it:

In the Beechgrove Garden, after all the wet Jim sets about repairing the lawn. Carole attempted to overwinter some chilli plants last year and we see the results. George and Carole lifted and split border plants, and Chris helps a couple create paradise in a bare new build garden.

What’s in it:

  • Scottish Rock Garden Club
  • Spring flowers
  • Tattie chitting
  • Taking cuttings
  • Shepherd House in Inveresk
  • Recommended events