In Beechgrove Garden episode 6 2017: Carole trials a range of fertilisers the begonia, to see what if any difference adding fertiliser makes.
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Jim is planting a selection of swedes and turnips for later in the year. Meanwhile, Chris is attempting to create a rose garden at Beechgrove, but how will it cope with exposed Scottish conditions?
Carole and Jim are also both planting potatoes; Jim is planting new blight-resistant varieties in the main veg plot, whereas Carole tries cheap and cheerful potato bags on the decking.
To dig or not to dig, that is the question on Jim and George's lips in the Beechgrove Garden.
Winter hasn't been too cruel this year, but Carole is still hoping to find out how hardy the plants are that she deliberately left in the ground last year to test their resilience.