Wednesday May 03, 2023

Episode 2 with Liz Stewart, CEO of Scotland’s Garden Scheme

Welcome to the Scotland Grows Show, the podcast which celebrates everything that is good in Scottish gardening, as we join gardeners around the country to find out what grows well where they are, and pick up tips and stories along the way.

 

Our guest in this episode is Liz Stewart, CEO of Scotland's Garden Scheme. Tune in to hear Liz talk about the wonderful gardens open around Scotland for charity, her own garden, her favourite plants, and of course, all the ways you can get involved with Scotland's Garden Scheme by opening your garden, volunteering to help at an opening, or by visiting inspirational gardens across the country!

 

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More information on Scotland's Garden Scheme is available at https://scotlandsgardens.org

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This series is sponsored by ROOTS, a subscription from the National Trust for Scotland which helps both your garden and Trust gardens thrive.

 

For £6 a month you will be sent a ROOTS pack every six weeks, with gardening gifts, including Scottish seeds six times a year, stories about Scotland’s plant life, and tips from  expert Trust gardeners, as well as an invitation to two exclusive ROOTS events a year with the Trust gardens team.

 

Whether you buy ROOTS for yourself or as a gift for a loved one, your £6 a month will go towards supporting Trust gardens and designed landscapes in Scotland. 

 

Find out more here: www.nts.org.uk/roots

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