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What We Do

A core charitable aim of the Society is to advance education in gardening and horticulture for the public benefit. We seek to achieve this in a number of different ways, through lectures, workshops, sharing learning, providing advice, information and practical demonstrations.

Caley Allotment

Growing fruit and vegetables is not only good for your health and cost effective, but is immensely rewarding. Follow the link to learn more about what is happening on the Caley allotment in Edinburgh.

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Grow & Learn in Nature

Grow & Learn in Nature (GLiN) offers the opportunity to participate in outdoor learning at Saughton Park. This enables pupils to connect with various park groups, visitors and events at the park as well as contributing to greenspace improvements at the park. Pupils may benefit from learning outdoors, improving not only gardening/nature skills but also developing important life skills. GLiN also supports teachers by delivering monthly CPD sessions for all teaching staff

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Gardening With Children

Introducing children and young people to gardening is extremely important for future generations, plus the environment and gardening is something the whole family can enjoy.  Follow the link to find out more.

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Publications

Find out about our regular member publications – The Caledonian Gardener, Preview and Caley News and submit an idea or article.

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Gardening Hints & Tips

For seasonal advice and growing tips for our varied climate in Scotland.

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Caley Master Gardener

An innovative training and accreditation programme for Scottish gardeners with an interest and commitment to the promotion of gardening skills and horticultural knowledge through volunteering.

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