Beechgrove to return to the BBC with new strands

Presenters on the popular Scottish gardening show will tackle new build estate gardens, allotments and kitchen gardens in 2014.

Beechgrove Garden presenters
Beechgrove Garden presenters

Beechgrove Garden will return to the BBC on 3 April on BBC Scotland at 7.30pm and then on 6 April on the BBC2 Network.

The show will run weekly until mid-October and has new strands starting including presenter Chris Beardshaw helping two families from scratch as he designs and helps them build their new-build estate gardens from first principles and terrible soil left from the builders/developers and on a
realistically tight budget. 

Presenter Jim McColl will follow and get intimately involved with the new allotmenteers of Mintlaw in Aberdeenshire.

Last year this was a field and now it has 42 new allotment sites all provided with their own shed, water butt and compost bin.

Presenter Carole Baxter will be tracking the progress of a new kitchen garden that is being designed and tended by volunteers and community groups in Scone Palace Gardens, near Perth.

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