Darker nights and cooler temperatures can only mean one thing – summer is all but over and autumn is here, says John Stoa.
How well suited is the Scottish climate for the growing of figs? John Stoa finds out.
As the seasons draw in, John Stoa spends a day in the greenhouse.
Forget New Year resolutions – August is a great time to turn over a new culinary leaf, says John Stoa
After months of summer sun, it’s finally time to harvest those summer fruits, says John Stoa
Green fingers: Why the BBC’s Beechgrove Garden is a perennial fixture in Scottish life after 40 years
Michael Alexander speaks to Brian Cunningham – the Scone Palace-based presenter of the Beechgrove Garden - which celebrates its 40th anniversary on the BBC this weekend.
John Stoa’s summer flowers are continuing to enjoy the remarkably warm season.
Summer heat is turning this season’s fruit growing into a classic, says John Stoa
John Stoa keeps his cool as he pushes the boundaries of summer gardening.
Great weather means it’s a good year for roses, says John Stoa.