Gardening Scotland's annual gardening showcase is about to get underway -- starting tomorrow!
The event will run until this Sunday, June 2nd, at the Royal Highland Centre -- with a dedicated bus service running from Edinburgh's St Andrews Square to make it easier to attend.
Show Manager, Jim Jermyn, said: “For me, it’s such a challenge because for four months of the year visitors are desperate to get into their gardens and need ideas; the timing is critical for the show.
“So many people come as a couple or with friends who are not enamoured by gardening, but I think there is enough for everyone, even if they don’t have that passion.
“There are plenty of theatre elements to the flower displays, as well as inspiring gardeners.”
Gardens at the event will include a selection of themed gardens, including "The Witches of Macbeth", and the especially commissioned "Forth Crossing".
Tickets are available from the Gardening Scotland website, which also includes plenty of extra information about the show, transport, and what to look out for when you're there.