Beechgrove Garden

October 2014
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2014: Episode 26

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In the last in the present series, Jim, Carole, Chris and George are in the Beechgrove Garden packing in as many hints, tips and projects as possible to keep us going through the winter and generally battening down the hatches.
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2014: Episode 25

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In the Beechgrove Garden, this is the perfect time for fruit pruning but for most people it is a complicated subject. Jim goes through the basics and with the phrase 'look twice, cut once' makes it a simple job.
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2014: Episode 24

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There is lots of late summer harvesting to do at Beechgrove. Jim McColl is back in the main vegetable plot harvesting fennel, celery and parsnips, while Carole Baxter tackles something different - tomatoes with tomato fruits above ground and potatoes below ground, as well as artichokes and oca, one of the lost crops of the...
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2014: Episode 23

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All four seasons in one colourful day at Beechgrove, as Jim and Carole take a look at what's colouring up in the Equinox Border and set up a cheerful spring bedding display for next year while Jim checks on the progress of his overwintering veggies.
September 2014
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2014: Episode 22

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In the Beechgrove Garden, Carole is right in the midst of autumn as she reviews her pumpkins but will there be enough to make a lantern? Meanwhile Jim is looking forward in a small way to spring by planting a range of miniature bulbs.
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2014: Episode 21

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In the Beechgrove Garden, George and head gardener, Jane, carefully unveil the show veg before Jane takes them to compete in the local show. Will they be top bananas or will there be sour grapes?
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2014: Episode 20

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In the Beechgrove Garden, we are always looking at what's fresh in gardening but this week we are working out ways to keep it fresh. Carole investigates how to store and keep fresh a ton of tomatoes or a mountain of marrows.
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2014: Episode 19

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In the Beechgrove Garden, it's time for the great unveiling of George's show veg. There is certainly nothing parsimonious about the parsnips and nothing leggy about the leeks.
August 2014
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2014: Episode 18

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Carole and Jim are propagating again. They're trialling a professional grade compost that is available to amateurs and sharing trade secrets on how to get leeks long before seeds usually germinate.
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2014: Episode 17

Expired 3.0 22 x
In the Beechgrove Garden, Carole and Jim dally with our extensive dahlia collection, which is now flowering. Jim visits the Havinden family, high in the hills above Aberlour.
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