Monthly Archives: June 2017

Rain & warmth – a plant’s best friends.

The rain and warm temperatures of the past days have brought on some plants particularly well, such as the courgettes and sweetcorn, but the purple Milan turnips have gone to seed. The dry weather earlier in the season won’t have … Continue reading

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Making words with plants

Making words and designs  from plants fascinates  the public as it’s something few people do in their own gardens. The most famous  example  is  Edinburgh’s floral  clock which is known worldwide. In North Berwick  East Lothian council gardeners annually   commemorate a local … Continue reading

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Prolonging the pallets

The two North Berwick pallets re-erected  in the town’s High Street after Gardening Scotland closed. They will stay there until the end of the summer and be part of the town’s presentation to the Britain in Bloom judges  in August.  It … Continue reading

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Busy, busy, busy…..

The volunteers have been at the allotment over the past few weeks, though there has been no blog! And in all weathers, even in the rain today when we got the final planting for the season done (bar one) before … Continue reading

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Still time to find out and see for your self

As you enter Gardening Scotland from the North Gate you cannot miss the garden designed for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) to mark 100 years of remembrance.  The garden was commissioned by Glen Art a Scottish charity which supports … Continue reading

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