Gardening magazine. Carole tastes the ultimate in no-fuss, easy-to-grow strawberries, while Chris shows how to summer prune figs and grapes. Show more
In this episode, we visit gardens and the people who see the garden as an artist's palette - from a topiary zoo to the woman who makes her art out of other people's rubbish. Show more
Gardeners in Orkney, Shetland and the Black Isle show how they have created the most stunning sites right on the very edges of Scotland. Show more
Gardening increases both physical and mental well-being in so many ways. In this episode, the team take a look at some extraordinary projects that have taken this to a whole new level. Show more
George Anderson goes back to school, Flower School, to learn how to make a unique, living flower wreath.
Hate weeds? Rosa Bevan has come up with a way of using them in cooking, teaching us how to be wily with weeds.
George Anderson visits Andrew Skea’s family farm where they are growing potatoes of every hue for colourful crisps.
Carole Baxter visits flower photographer Rosie Nixon to learn tricks of the trade that we can try in our own gardens.
Carole Baxter visits a willow weaving farm near Montrose and learns how to weave willow into everything from plant supports to coffins.
Brian Cunningham and his children Ben and Eilidh make wildlife flower balls and a runner bean tepee.
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.
Keukenhof, Garden of Europe
Jim McColl and George Anderson visit the biggest flower garden in Europe, made up of 7 million bulbs. Show more
George Anderson and Jim McColl experience the biggest flower auction in the world at Aalsmeer in the Netherlands.
Gardening magazine. Jim McColl and George Anderson introduce ‘no-dig’ techniques to the veg plot, Carole Baxter spring cleans, and Kirsty Wilson makes an easy Easter wreath. Show more
Brian Cunningham and Carole Baxter explore undercover growing methods, and Carole and Rosa Bevan take a look at alternatives to plastic in the garden. Show more
George reviews progress in the fruit house, while Carole properly appreciates the crop of 'sweetheart' cherries. Brian reviews his no-mow lawn and counts the extra wildlife thriving there. Show more
Kirsty shows how to make a miniature patio pond, proving that no matter how small your space, anyone can have a water feature. Show more
George, Brian and Carole attempt to answer as many viewer gardening questions as they can in a quick-fire round dealing with Scotland’s top-ten pests and diseases for 2019. Show more