Living Garden

The Living Garden invites you to discover nature in your garden and meet wildlife and garden experts. Around 20 environmental organisations fill the Living Garden and provide visitors with advice and information on how to live in harmony with bugs, birds, butterflies and bees.

The centrepiece of this years Living Garden is One Planet Picnic Pocket Gardens. Pupils from Eco Schools across Scotland were asked to design a colourful and exciting pallet sized garden using plants that can be eaten and attract biodiversity, and reuse materials which would otherwise have been thrown away.

The Living Garden is supported by the Scottish Government.

 

 Friday 2ndSaturday 3rdSunday 4th
11:00Ponds and wildlife gardening- FroglifePonds and wildlife gardening - FroglifePonds and wildlife gardening - Froglife
12:00Adaptive Gardening - TrellisAdaptive Gardening - TrellisPollinator pledge - Edinburgh Living
13:00Why grow wildflowers -Plantlife ScotlandWhy grow wildflowers - Plantlife ScotlandWhy grow wildflowers - Plantlife Scotland
14:00Edible hanging baskets - RHS ScotlandGardening for pollinators - Butterfly Conservation
15:00Gardening for Pollinators- Butterfly Conservation Scotland
15:30The organic way to grow - Garden Organic

Bat Conservation Trust – 272

British Trust for Ornothology – 276

Butterfly Conservation Scotland – 270

Dalefoot Composts – 280

sunflower-clipart-dc7eax5giFroglife – 271

Garden Organic – 266

Keep Scotland Beautiful – 265

Plant Biosecurity & Inspections, SASA – 277

Plantlife Scotland – 273

RSPB Scotland – 279

sunflower-clipart-dc7eax5giSaving Scotlands Red Squirrels – 275

Scottish Allotments & Gardens Society – 268

Scottish Wildlife Trust – 274

Trellis – 267

sunflower-clipart-dc7eax5giWoodland Trust (Observatree)  – 269

 

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