Beechgrove is on at 7:30pm on Wednesday 23rd July on BBC2 Scotland and on Sunday 27th June at 09:35am on BBC2 network.
It looks like it may finally be time to harvest those tatties. Jim is in the veg plot answering the age old question, how do you know when they are ready for harvesting? Carole is in the Keder checking on the cucumber and Squash crops. Carole is then going to show us how to plant up some Alpine troughs in a woodland theme and in a seaside theme.
Chris is back with our two New Build Gardens for our fourth visit of the season. For this visit Chris asks both Anna and Susan for three positives and negatives to their garden.
Jim also takes a trip down to Logan Botanic Garden which is situated at the south-western tip of Scotland. It is the country’s most exotic garden, warmed by the Gulf Stream, thus southern hemisphere plants flourish in this plantsman’s paradise near Port Logan in Dumfries & Galloway.
Here's a sneak peek of this week's programme.
Programme 13 Handy Hints
Jim is cutting tops off the Chrysanthemums. George demonstrates how to thin the veg and Carole reviews the Fuschias.