Gardeners are being urged not to be complacent in the face of the current wet weather but to take advantage of the rain to prepare for dry conditions.
An enormous butterfly sculpture made from wood and recycled metal will be featured in the Duchess of Cambridge’s “Back to Nature” garden after its 12-year-old designer won a Blue Peter competition.
Herbaceous plants are traditionally grown in a long border with an evergreen hedge or shrubs behind them to create a dark background to set against the colourful flowers.
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The Duchess of Cambridge arrived today to visit her Back To Nature Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, which will be opened to the public tomorrow after a visit by the Queen today.She was joined by a group of local schoolchildren.
As Glendoick Gardens celebrate their centenary, Caroline Lindsay meets owner Ken Cox and follows in the footsteps walked by his plant hunter grandfather 100 years ago.
A colourful programme of celebrations will be held next year to mark the centenary of one of Perthshire's most spectacular gardens.
More than £30,000 has been earmarked by Dundee City Council to carry out environmental work, including planting a wildflower garden at a Broughty Ferry junction.
Trees which will become part of the landscape of Scone Palace in the coming years have been planted by local people.
A million pound project to regenerate “the jewel in the crown” of Dunfermline is attracting record visitor numbers.