Scotland's gardening series returns for another season to dig up pearls of wisdom from the past. With Jim McColl, Carole Baxter, Lesley Watson, George Anderson and Carolyn Spray
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Carole and Lesley plant annuals in the greenhouse. Plus, solutions for a sloping garden.
Jim reviews developments in the orchard and George delivers some plant maintenance tips.
The team heads for the pond and Jim tries out a new lawn moss product.
The team discuss the state of the oak tree and decide to lift its crown.
Jim checks on the success of the fruit, and Carole and George give the bog garden a revamp
Carole and Lesley make early arrangements of hardy annuals and check their potato yields.
Carole tracks down the renowned giant titum arum at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Jim, Carole and Lesley each take a favourite area of the garden to showcase.
The team help out at the development of a new community garden in Maryhill, in Glasgow.
Jim reviews varieties of dahlias and garvineas. Carole and Lesley trial some dangly plants
Carole harvests her trial broad beans, and Lesley learns how her hardy annuals have fared.
Jim reviews his potager veggies and Carole shows how to take cutting for easy propogation.
Jim works on the main lawn to help it cope with erratic weather conditions.
The Beechgrove team are on the road to Spey Bay to build a garden full of wildlife themes.
George enters his produce at the Dalkeith show, and Jim visits the Newburgh Orchard Group.