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Gardener Pete Jackson continues to recycle everyday products for his gorgeous allotment.
Flowers may not be the most obvious Father’s Day gift, but this mini golf course is easy to make and ideal for the golf fanatics.
Irish gardener Diarmuid Gavin spoke to The Hour about the Ideal Home Show Scotland and his recent win at the Chelsea Flower Show.
The Woodland Trust looks ahead to the country’s bluebell season which sees the countryside burst into colour.
The Hour’s gardening expert Pete Jackson plants dwarf beans and already sprouting melon seeds in the runner bean tunnel to make them easier to pick during harvest time.
Nick Priestly from Mood Flowers told The Hour his predictions for the Royal wedding bouquet and showed how to recreate the perfect floral look fit to rival Kate's.
Pete The Gardner gives away his secret recipe for growing the perfect tomato plant.
Florist to the stars Nick Priestly shows how to make a simple floral display for dinner tables.
Kim Scott from Little Botanica showed how easy it is to make buttonholes for wedding suits at home.
Pete Jackson has been working hard in his allotment, getting all sorts of fruit and veg planted for the new season.
Florist Nick Priestly shows how to create a simple floral arrangement that only takes a few minutes but looks great.
Garden expert Pete Jackson heads down to the allotment for a look at what’s in store for summer.
To mark St David’s Day, florist Nick Priestly shows how to make lovely topiaries using daffodils, one of Britain's most common flowers.
The Hour’s resident gardener Pete Jackson headed down to his allotment and had some tips on how to have a colourful and blooming garden this summer.
Perthshire based farmer Adrian Ivory gives The Hour an insight into life on the farm and how he juggles work with family.
Florist Nick Priestly reveals the true, hidden meaning behind that Valentine’s bouquet.
The Hour’s Pete Jackson had some thrifty tips and advice on how to cultivate your own vegetables.
An American TV producer is looking for Scotland’s biggest and brightest festive light displays
A bit of snow and some birds is all Fergus Gill needs to create award winning photographs.