Saturday 14 June 2014 11am – 1 pm
South Bridge Resource Centre, Infirmary Street, EH1 1LT
Do you live in the Old Town? Would you like to make it greener – and more colourful?
Join your neighbours and friends for a morning of planting and learn how to grow things yourself! Jim Carlyle, head gardener, from the Inch Nursery will show you how easy it is to grow herbs and flowers in pots, planters and window boxes, suitable for back greens, patios, windows and small spaces in the Old Town.
Bring your own planters to fill or buy them ready planted - all at cost price. Talk to local people with knowledge of growing things in the Old Town and share ideas for making our community greener, brighter and healthier!
Also meet Jean Bareham of Greenyonder Tours, who will talk about the many types of gardens in the Old Town and their history.
Organised by the Edinburgh Old Town Development Trust’s ‘Patrick Geddes Gardening Club’.
Find out more on Facebook --- Supported by the City of Edinburgh Council.