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The Beechgrove Garden episode 3 2020

The Beechgrove Garden episode 3 2020

The Beechgrove Garden episode 3 2020: In this episode, the team make creative gardening use of the contents of our bins and answer viewer video gardening questions in a virtual Q&A.



 

 

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.

Beechgrove 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. The majority of the programme is set in our built for purpose Beechgrove Garden site near Aberdeen. From our garden, the presenters give advice on what you could and should be doing in your garden each week. We cover as many gardening topics as possible, ranging from aerating the lawn to zapping pest problems, and everything in between.

 

The Beechgrove Garden episode 3 2020

 

This present ‘Beechgrove Garden’ began its life over the winter of 1995/6 and some of the areas of the garden are that mature. We also continue to develop the garden every year and that means that there are both mature and new elements to the garden to show to viewers.

There are two “inserts” to the programme;

‘Problem Corners’ give the presenters a chance to get out into the gardens of viewers across Scotland who are having difficulty with some aspect of horticulture. If one viewer is having a particular problem, chances are there are many more people in the same situation. If you have a small problem in your garden (one that might be solved in a day) and would like advice from one of our team then please apply to us.

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The Beechgrove Garden episode 3 2020: In this episode, the team make creative gardening use of the contents of our bins

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  1. Frederique Jennette

    Thank you for showing the many ways to use plastic bottles and containers for planting seeds, wonderful!

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