The Beechgrove Garden is a hardy annual TV gardening series which sets out to deal with, glory in and celebrate Scottish horticulture and growing conditions.
The Beechgrove Garden is and always has been a firmly practical, get-your-hands-dirty gardening programme which delights in success but also learns from failures in the garden and never takes itself too seriously. Scotland’s favourite gardening programme.

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Beechgrove Garden episode 10 2018

The Beechgrove Garden episode 10 2018

After being awarded both the coveted Chelsea 'Best in Show' and gold medal, Chris is back to Beechgrove Garden episode 10 2018 to tend to the rose garden. Meanwhile, Jim reviews the progress of his previously sickly houseplant collection.     Brian is creating a new natural feature to ebb and flow by Beechgrove's waterfall using lady's slipper orchids, which look exotic but turn out to be surprisingly easy to grow. Carole visits Richard and Ellen Firman's wonderful, wildlife-friendly woodland…

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The Beechgrove Garden episode 9 2018

In Beechgrove Garden episode 9 2018 - the whole Beechgrove team are on the road to the Fair City of Perth. Invited by the 'Beautiful Perth' volunteers, Jim, Carole, George and Brian find out exactly how the city earns that title horticulturally as they visit some of the city's best-kept gardens, including the unique and culturally diverse Moncrieff Allotments that are situated on Moncrieff Island in the middle of the Tay and only accessible by vehicles at low tide.  …

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The Beechgrove Garden episode 8 2018 - Rhododendron Border

The Beechgrove Garden episode 8 2018

It is a Beechgrove rhododendron special, with Jim and George answering some classic questions about rhododendrons and revamping the main rhododendron border now that it has finished flowering.     Meanwhile, Carole visits Harry Nicol's garden in Inverness. Harry's recently renovated garden boasts a riot of rhododendrons all flowering their socks off and proving that you don't have to be on the west coast to grow rhododendrons. Carole is also at Garthdee Allotments on the outskirts of Aberdeen, revisiting 'garden…

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Beechgrove Garden episode 7 2018

The Beechgrove Garden episode 7 2018

In Beechgrove Garden episode 7 2018 it's time to get all the bedding plants in this week, and to celebrate Beechgrove's 40th anniversary the summer bedding scheme is all colours of ruby. Brian Cunningham is back at Beechgrove having a look at how the alternative plants to dwarf box have fared over the winter, and he fills the gaps in between these shrubs with a range of colourful annuals.     Meanwhile, Carole visits old friend Ian Christie in Kirriemuir…

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The Beechgrove Garden episode 6 2018

The Beechgrove Garden episode 6 2018

In The Beechgrove Garden episode 6 2018, Carole and the garden team are in their waders while Jim supervises annual work on ponds of all sizes at Beechgrove. Salvia expert Brian Young joins salvia fanatic Jim in Beechgrove to salivate over salvias.     George visits North Berwick in Bloom to see what they and the local school are intending to create for their entry to the popular and hotly contested Pallet Garden competition held at the upcoming Gardening Scotland…

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