In the final programme of the Beechgrove 40th anniversary series, Jim and George batten down the hatches and prepare plants for winter. Brian gives the alpine garden an autumn c ...
In the penultimate programme of the series, Jim is cropping kale and looking forward to red brussels sprouts for Christmas, while Carole continues the succession by planting har ...
Beechgrove Garden looks ahead to spring, with Carole planting a bedding scheme based on the spokes of a colour wheel. Jim and George start the process of battening down the hatc ...
Expert grower and shower of flowering bulbs George demonstrates the steps to creating a spring display of potted hyacinths with show-bench style. Meanwhile, Jim assesses the min ...
The Beechgrove team are on the road to Callander, the scenic gateway to the Trossachs. George and Carole visit Greener Callander's colourful community initiatives as well a ...
The UK Centre for Economics and Business Research recently reported that the price of fresh produce is set to increase dramatically. Part of the answer is of course to grow your ...
Tomatoes are Scotland's favourite fruit to grow at home, and this week in the Beechgrove Garden, George and Carole taste-test a range of tumbling toms.\n\nGeorge is in Lock ...
In the Beechgrove Garden, Jim and Carole take the fortieth anniversary celebrations to a whole new level as they unearth the harvest of ruby-coloured potatoes planted 13 weeks a ...
Jim, Carole and George take stock of what has happened in the Beechgrove Garden. The sweet peas have scrambled up the nets and are in full, fragrant flower, strawberries and che ...
Jim and Carole have butter and cream on standby in the hopes that there might be some early potatoes and strawberries ready to harvest. Meanwhile, Chris takes on a shady locatio ...
After being awarded both the coveted Chelsea 'Best in Show' and gold medal, Chris is back to Beechgrove to tend to the rose garden. Meanwhile, Jim reviews the progress ...
The whole Beechgrove team are on the road to the Fair City of Perth.\n\nInvited by the 'Beautiful Perth' volunteers, Jim, Carole, George and Brian find out exactly how ...
It is a Beechgrove rhododendron special, with Jim and George answering some classic questions about rhododendrons and revamping the main rhododendron border now that it has fini ...
It's time to get all the bedding plants in this week, and to celebrate Beechgrove's 40th anniversary the summer bedding scheme is all colours of ruby.\n\nBrian Cunning ...
Carole and the garden team are in their waders while Jim supervises annual work on ponds of all sizes at Beechgrove.\n\nSalvia expert Brian Young joins salvia fanatic Jim in Bee ...
In the Beechgrove Garden, it's tomato time as Jim is growing a range of viewers' recommended favourite tomato varieties, using viewers' best methods for growing t ...
In the Beechgrove Garden, after the success of the no-dig observation of last year, Jim is extending the trial into the polytunnel, comparing conventionally grown vegetables wit ...
Jim is planting with Beechgrove's ruby anniversary in mind, sowing red veg from beetroot 'Bulls Blood', courgette 'Midnight' and lettuce 'Moonred ...
Jim and Carole celebrate Beechgrove's ruby anniversary in true Beechgrove style as it's tattie time. Both Jim and Carole are planting a range of ruby or red potatoes, ...
2018 marks the Beechgrove Garden's ruby anniversary. This week there are sweet signs of spring as Jim, Carole, George and Chris are surrounded by April's peach and che ...
Gardening magazine. Jim McColl shows how to make fruit pruning a simple job, while Carole Baxter and George Anderson help out with an inspirational community garden in the Borders.
Gardening magazine. Jim McColl and Carole Baxter take care of the late summer harvesting at Beechgrove, before taking a look at some of the autumn colour around the garden.