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The Scottish Garden Podcast is a podcast for plant lovers who want to know more about the gardens and growers of Scotland. Julianne Robertson ventures into Scottish gardens, nurseries and horticultural events, meeting interesting people and plants along the way. This podcast explores what's special about Scotland through the eyes of a garden lover and plant addict!
 
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The Scottish Field podcast this week marks our annual luxury edition. Join chief sub Rosie Morton and web editor Kenny Smith, as they chat about the contents of this month's bumper 292 page edition. They reveal their highlights of the edition, celebrating the very best in all things Scottish - heritage, interiors, antiques, gardens, wildlife, motor…
 
In this week's edition, we celebrate the south of Scotland in our September issue, which is still in shops, priced £4.75. We're also joined by Glenys Andrews, president of Perthshire Open Studios. The organisers of Perthshire Open Studios have revealed the 200 artists and makers taking part in this year’s nine-day event. They include everyone from …
 
It's back - the Scottish Field podcast has returned after a short summer break. In our 18th edition, Scottish Field chief sub Rosie Morton and web editor Kenny Smith discuss the September issue of the magazine, which is currently on sale. This edition looks at the south of the nation, and highlights its famous sights and people, past and present. T…
 
If you like your gin and competitive sport, then this week's Scottish Field podcast is just the one for you. This week, our podcast sees Scottish Field's own John Boyle join web editor Kenny Smith, as they have a chat about the magazine's annual gin challenge. The 2021 results appear in this month's magazine, where you can find out who the winners …
 
This week's edition of the podcast is co-hosted by Scottish Field chief sub Rosie Morton and web editor Kenny Smith. The dynamic duo discuss and digest the contents of the August edition of the magazine, which is available now, priced £4.75. They highlight their favourite features this month, including some stunning photography, seafood recipes and…
 
Scottish Field's weekly podcast goes inside our own website this week, as well as highlighting a fascinating new podcast series. Website editor Kenny Smith chats about what goes into the making of our site, and how it reflects the magazine, as we have sections covering homes and gardens, food and drink, the outdoors, travel, culture, fashion and be…
 
In our 13th edition of the Scottish Field podcast, Morag Bootland has a chat with actress Kate Dickie. She is known for her television roles as Lex in the BBC series Tinsel Town and Lysa Arryn in the cult series Game of Thrones. More of this interview appears in the July issue of Scottish Field, which is in shops now. And later, Simon Welfare discu…
 
This week, we're joined by Scottish Field's Morag Bootland to chat about our July issue, which is out this week. We discuss Olive, Mabel and Me, our lead feature this month, which highlights the book looking at the pet dogs of TV sports commentator Andrew Cotter. We also enjoy some of the fantastic food on offer in Edinburgh as brunch has become th…
 
Scottish Field's weekly podcast returns with its eleventh edition. This week, we're joined by Fiona Armstrong, one of Scottish Field's regular columnists, who is also the wife of a Scots clan chief. And later Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, the principal of the Royal Conservatoire of Glasgow, to tells us how they are continuing to produce the next gener…
 
In the tenth Scottish Field podcast, we're heading to the east coast. This week, we're joined by Rosie Morton, the chief sub-editor at Scottish Field, to tell us about her recent trip when she went foraging for seaweed with East Neuk Seaweed's Jayson Byles in Fife. You can read all about it in the current edition of the magazine, and find out more …
 
The ninth episode of the Scottish Field podcast brings you more exclusive interviews and chat. This week you can find out about the Scottish Field whisky challenge and how to join us for the awards night, as well as how to take advantage of a special offer to subscribe to our digital edition - AND get a free book. John Boyle, Scottish Field's man f…
 
The June edition of Scottish Field is now available in shops and to order online, and this week, we're joined for the very first time on the podcast by the man responsible for ensuring that we have a magazine to read each month, our editor, Richard Bath. Also popping in is Gordon Bruce, the Knockdhu Distillery manager, who is also the host of a new…
 
A chat with Serena from Seeds of Hope Scotland, which supplies wildflower seeds to good causes. It was developed during lockdown in 2020 and has grown into a social enterprise with a focus on biodiversity and mental health. We talk about how Seeds of Hope Scotland started up and how we can all garden and grow more sustainably. Seeds of Hope website…
 
Scottish Field talks Bond, James Bond, with actor Sam Heughan in this week's podcast. We present the final excerpt from Rosie Morton's exclusive chat with the Outlander star, which is in our May 2021 edition which is still in shops and available to buy digitally online. Sam has been tipped to take over the dinner suit and Aston Martin from Daniel C…
 
Episode 16 of the Scottish Garden Podcast is a chat with Sallie Sillars, Head Gardener at Horatio’s Garden Scotland, which is located within the grounds of Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries Unit at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. The charity Horatio’s Garden works across the UK and creates beautiful, accessible gardens in N…
 
We head to Orkney to meet Scottish Field's wildlife writer Cal Flyn, we have another excerpt from Rosie Morton's exclusive chat with Outlander star Sam Heughan, which is in our latest edition that's still in shops, as well as meeting book publisher Kay Hutchison. And we'll have a some brief clips of Scots actors Bill Paterson and the late, great Jo…
 
This week, we get green fingers as we speak with Scottish Field's garden writer Antoinette Galbraith, we have more of Rosie Morton's exclusive chat with Sam, as well as meeting Brian Cunningham, who is not only the head gardener at Scone Palace, but is one of the presenters on BBC Scotland's Beechgrove. This week's episode also features a special o…
 
Podcast host Kenny Smith is joined by Scottish Field's chief sub-editor Rosie Morton, who talks about her recent interview with Outlander star Sam Heughan, and we hear from the man himself. Sam is the main interviewee in the May 2021 issue, which is available now in print and digital versions, and we bring you an excerpt of our exclusive chat with …
 
An episode for daffodil-lovers everywhere! A chat with Caroline Thomson of Backhouse Rossie, location of Scotland’s Daffodil Festival and the National Collection of Backhouse daffodils. Caroline Thomson is a direct descendant of the Backhouse family and in our conversation we talk about the family history with daffodils, as well as their surprising…
 
In our third Scottish Field podcast, we bring you a look at the contents of the May edition of the magazine, which includes an exclusive interview with Outlander's Scottish star Sam Heughan, who plays Jamie Fraser in the internationally-acclaimed drama - and we feature a brief excerpt from it this week. Rosie Morton and Kenny Smith discuss their hi…
 
The second episode of the Scottish Field podcast sees web editor and podcast host Kenny Smith joined by Peter Ranscombe. Peter, the magazine's wine expert, shares his experiences of how he became an authority in the field, as well as the drinks that he most enjoys - and if James Bond is right to judge whether someone is a gentlemen or not, dependin…
 
In the first episode of Scottish Field's podcast, web editor Kenny Smith and writer Stephanie Abbot look through the April 2021 edition of the magazine, picking out their highlights. Steph also shares her experiences of wild swimming, which feature in the print edition. Later, Kenny is joined by Damian Barr, the host of BBC Scotland's Shelf Isolati…
 
Episode 14 is a chat with MT O'Donnell, editor of the Scottish Gardening Magazine, a new, free, digital, bi-monthly publication aimed directly at gardeners in Scotland. Our discussion is a celebration of Scottish gardening! We talk about why MT created the magazine, its content and format. We also discuss her gardening background and her love of lo…
 
The guest for this episode is Brian Cunningham, one of the regular presenters on the BBC Scotland TV programme Beechgrove and Head Gardener at Scone Palace in Perth. We discuss his career in horticulture, how he puts his stamp on the Scone Palace gardens, how he ended up on Beechgrove and we also talk about a brand new project - the Scottish Garden…
 
We're back after a break to bring you a conversation with Ray Cox, a photographer based in Perthshire and specialising in plants and gardening. His images are frequently published in newspapers and magazines like Scotland on Sunday, The English Garden, Scottish Gardener - and he also contributes to many gardening books. We discuss the process of lo…
 
A conversation with Susie Walker-Munro, a founder member of the Tea Gardens of Scotland collective, producers of the first 100% Scottish-grown tea. We discuss how the project began, how they grow and make their tea and their hopes for the future of Scottish tea. **Please note - because my conversations with guests are informal and usually recorded …
 
A conversation with Simon Milne, the Regius Keeper of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. We talk about its 350th anniversary celebrations, its history and wealth of plant material, education, community and the future - plans for restoring and renovating its historic glasshouses. The RBGE website has links to its Virtual Spring tours and those of i…
 
A chat with Keri Ivins, the Development Manager at Cambo Heritage Trust. We talk about the Scottish Snowdrop Festival, Cambo's recently redeveloped Stables Visitor Centre and how they support young horticulturists and volunteers. Cambo Gardens website Cambo's Facebook Page Cambo on Instagram VisitScotland's details of the Scottish Snowdrop Festival…
 
A conversation with Monica Straughan, Treasurer of the group Beautiful Perth, the winners of the RHS Britain in Bloom Champion of Champions Award. We discuss what it takes to receive such an accolade, the rewarding work done by the dedicated team of volunteers, and their Zero Waste Perth project. You can find Beautiful Perth's website here - their …
 
A chat with Ken Cox, woodland plant expert, horticulturist, author and Glendoick Garden Centre owner. We discuss peat, pots and plant hunting, and I take advantage of Ken's expertise to ask him how best to look after my rhodedendrons! Glendoick Garden Centre's environmental policy is here, along with how-to videos, Ken's books and more information …
 
Interviewing Jim Jermyn, Head Gardener and Property Manager at Branklyn Garden in Perth. We talk about plant hunters, blue poppies, horticulture training and gin! Branklyn Garden is a National Trust property and features a lovely tearoom with a fantastic view of the garden and beyond. You can find it on Facebook and Instagram and I can recommend vi…
 
A chat with the Director of Terrill Dobson, director of Scotland's Gardens Scheme. We discuss the criteria for opening your garden to the public, the theme for this year, the fundraising element of the scheme and which gardens are a must-see! Scotland's Gardens Scheme website has details of all the gardens open throughout 2019 and contact details f…
 
Extra bonus episode for May! Ahead of Scotland's big horticultural show, Gardening Scotland, I’m chatting to students from Scotland’s Rural College about their current project - designing a show garden for this year’s event and talking to their tutor, Heather Munro, about what the opportunity means for them and how it can be a really valuable learn…
 
Karen Wilkieson and Sue Rabjohns are the growers behind East Neuk Perennials - Based in the East Neuk of Fife, they’re experienced gardeners, both having worked in a variety of estates and gardens of all sizes - but their passion is for propagation. I spoke to them about how they met up and realised their shared dream to grow perennials and run a n…
 
In the first episode of My Corner of Earth I speak to Rosie Burgon from Scottish Cut Flowers to find out more about her job. Scotland isn’t a place you might naturally associate with cut flower growing but there’s a growing industry here and Rosie is proving that you can achieve a lot in the Scottish climate in a small area of land. We talk about h…
 
In this episode I find out more about Ninewells Community Garden, based at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee and run for the benefit of patients, staff, volunteers and the wider community of the city. The garden has several different areas, growing a huge variety of plants, as well as hosting various workshops and activities. I find out some of the grou…
 
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