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Read more about the article The Beechgrove Garden episode 14 2019
The Beechgrove Garden episode 14 2019

The Beechgrove Garden episode 14 2019

Beechgrove Garden episode 14 2019: 'To mow or not to mow' - that is the question as Carole looks at traditional lawn care, while Brian continues maintenance of his no-mow meadow. Kirsty shows some on-trend indoor plant ideas to keep green fingers busy throughout the autumn and winter months.     At 25, Sophie McKilligan is the youngest allotment holder at Garthdee Allotments in Aberdeen and throughout this season, Carole has been guiding Sophie's growing. In this gardening programme they…

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Read more about the article The Beechgrove Garden episode 13 2019
The Beechgrove Garden episode 13 2019

The Beechgrove Garden episode 13 2019

The Beechgrove Garden episode 13 2019: from huge horn-beam to bijoux box, it's hedge-clipping time in Beechgrove. It is also the final analysis of Carole's greenhouse v Brian's polytunnel, with Judge George adjudicating.     Lucy Dalgleish is a gardening and plant enthusiast on a high level, literally, as she gardens on her Maryhill balcony. Kirsty visits Lucy to help with her aim to grow overwinter vegetables and become self-sufficient from her bountiful balcony during the colder months. Carole travels…

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Read more about the article The Beechgrove Garden episode 12 2019
The Beechgrove Garden episode 12 2019

The Beechgrove Garden episode 12 2019

In Beechgrove Garden episode 12 2019: George takes a look at the summer bedding flower display. Meanwhile Carole starts sowing over wintering veg. Kirsty shows how to create a permanent, evergreen hanging basket - a succulent sphere that can hang indoors or out.     It is buzzing in Beechgrove as Brian and ‘butterfly man’ Anthony McCluskey attempt to count the butterflies in Brian’s no-mow meadow. Vera and Jimmy Chisolm have gardened on the edge of Nairn for 38 years…

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Read more about the article The Beechgrove Garden episode 11 2019
Beechgrove Garden episode 11

The Beechgrove Garden episode 11 2019

The Beechgrove Garden episode 11 2019:  potatoes taste best when you grow your own and straight from the ground. Carole harvests three varieties of tiny potatoes from the container garden and Brian and George form an orderly queue to taste them.     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. The Beechgrove Garden episode 11 2019   Brian visits…

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Read more about the article The Beechgrove Garden episode 10 2019
The Beechgrove Garden episode 10 2019

The Beechgrove Garden episode 10 2019

The Beechgrove Garden episode 10 2019: Kirsty shows how to make a miniature patio pond, proving that no matter how small your space, anyone can have a water feature. Meanwhile, Carole, George, and Kirsty get creative with Janie Gall, who shows how to make an easy-to-do-at-home cut-flower arrangement using some clever hacks that make efforts appear professionally done.     George visits Laraine and Colin Lambie in Livingstone in their award-winning hidden gem of a back garden that is both…

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