The Pallet Gardens, sponsored by Dobbies Garden Centres, are one of the most popular attractions at Gardening Scotland.
Here gardening clubs and schools from across Scotland compete to create gardens that measure just 1m x 1m.
The Pallet Garden Competition is organised by the Scottish Gardeners’ Forum and one of it’s main aims is to encourage and foster the future generations of young gardeners as well as make the weekend a fun and memorable experience for all involved.
Around 50 gardens were on show with themes including the Jubilee, nature, container planting and sport.
Images from the Gardening Scotland 2012 Pallet Garden Challenge and the Planter Challenge[slidepress gallery=’gardening-scotland-2012-pallet-gardens’]
Congratulations to the winners of the Gardening Scotland 2012 Pallet Garden Challenge;
1st – Sauchie Nursery School
2nd – Broxburn Academy 1
3rd – Croftcroighn Primary School
1st – North Berwick in Bloom
2nd – Musselburgh Horticultural Society
3rd – Stirling Council Modern Apprentices
1st – Red Kite Community Nursery
Joint 2nd – West Linton Cubs 1, 2 and 3
1st – Greenroots Train
2nd – Banchory Horticultural Society
3rd – Greenroots Trough