A more natural, wildlife-friendly look to gardens and more “grow your own” are among the trends predicted for gardening in 2020, experts said.
Trees are an important part of the British landscape, and now they’re being celebrated in A History of Trees, a book which looks at how they have shaped our economy, warfare and superstition.
Scotland’s annual festival of gardening will bloom again this week when the grounds of the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh will be transformed.
My secret gardens: Our expert Agnes Stevenson reveals where to unearth Scotland’s best blooms with a view
Agnes Stevenson cannot remember a time when she hasn’t had dirt under her fingernails.
A GARDEN is a place of tranquillity, but for some it’s a lifeline.
THIS weekend is your last chance to enjoy the Scottish Snowdrop Festival, so why not wrap up warm and enjoy some greenery.
Fairy gardens cast spell over Scotland with craze for miniature houses for tiny visitors sparking spritely sales
CREATING a garden that was friendly for magical miniature folk once consisted of building a pond so that a concrete gnome would have somewhere to fish.
THE Scottish Snowdrop Festival begins on the 28th January and runs till 11th March.
WITH the wildlife on people’s doorsteps becoming increasingly mysterious to them, RSPB Scotland is calling on families to spend more time outside this summer and reconnect with the nature that surrounds them by taking on the Wild Challenge.
IT features buddhas, glitterballs, skulls and fake turtle doves – in fact, there’s a surprise around every corner in Bill Oddie’s garden in leafy Hampstead, north west London.
The Pope’s gardens in the Vatican were given a new lease of life thanks to gardener who grew up in Falkirk
SHE’S the Englishwoman brought up in a Scottish town, who has transformed Italy’s grandest gardens — including the Pope’s at the Vatican.