Monthly Archives: October 2015

First Caley lecture of the season – October 6th

Just a reminder that the first Caley lecture of the season is a joint meeting with the Scottish Rock Garden Club when Todd Boland from the Memorial University of Newfoundland presents: Where Alpines meet the Sea: The flora of the limestone and serpentine … Continue reading

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In the meantime….

While the website is being sorted we will be posting more on the blog – so keep an eye open for news, reminders and examples of things to look out for. For example – These images from The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh … Continue reading

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Preparing for Spring starts now.

George has just potted up his first set of bulbs and put them into his plunge. This year he has used a mix of 50/50 Plantermix from Garden Solutions and Dalefoots Wool and Bracken compost which is high in Potash. … Continue reading

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Apples apples and more apples.

Some of us were busy cutting apples for apple tasting at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh over the weekend. Meanwhile others, namely David from the Caley, Nick from Tweed Valley Fruit Trees and Max from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh were busy … Continue reading

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