Exhibitors old and new sign for Scottish show

A number of new growers will be exhibiting at Gardening Scotland 2012 at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, on 1-3 June.

Among allium specialists from Holland, chrysanthemum breeders from Leicester and vegetable seed growers from Lancashire, there will be many Scottish nurseries including James McMaster, a delphinium grower from Drongan, and Holmes Farm Plants from Irvine exhibiting at the show for the first time. Carnivorous plant specialist Pretty Ugly Plants from Newton Stewart will also exhibit for the first time.

Other exhibitors this year will include Bowden Grasses, carnation grower High Park Nurseries and Zantedeschia specialist Brighter Blooms. Glendoick Nursery from Perth, which has an international reputation for rhododendrons and azaleas, will be returning after a three-year absence.

The event will also include show gardens, information and advice sessions, food and craft fairs, miniature pallet gardens, the BBC Scotland Beechgrove Theatre and dozens of environmental organisations in the Living Garden.

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