Gardening magazine. Jim and Carole are in the garden planting a range of ruby and red potatoes, while Brian is in Beechgrove's alpine garden reviewing the winter damage.
In this episode, the team make creative gardening use of the contents of their bins and answer viewer video gardening questions in a virtual Q&A.
Gardening magazine. Jim compares conventionally grown vegetables with easy-grow, no-dig vegetable plots, while Brian helps create a bespoke vegetable plot in Armadale.
Beechgrove’s Kirsty Wilson, like many millennials is unable to afford a house with a garden. She shows how to grow stylishly and be green without actually having a garden.
Keukenhof, Garden of Europe Jim McColl and George Anderson visit the biggest flower garden in Europe, made up of 7 million bulbs.
George Anderson and Jim McColl experience the biggest flower auction in the world at Aalsmeer in the Netherlands.
Saughton Park regeneration. A neglected site transformed into a model educational facility with a physic garden with the longest flowering border in a public park in the UK.
Hate weeds? Rosa Bevan has come up with a way of using them in cooking, teaching us how to be wily with weeds.
Carole Baxter visits a willow weaving farm near Montrose and learns how to weave willow into everything from plant supports to coffins.
Carnivorous plants are fast-becoming one of the hottest interior trends and these pretty ugly curiosities have been collected by David Durie since he was 14-years-old. Kirsty Wilson went to visit him.
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