Burgh Beautiful Linlithgow

About Burgh Beautiful Linlithgow

Coronavirus

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We have regular seasonal activities throughout the year, although being mostly concerned with planting, summer is the busiest time! In winter we make Hollyballs and wreaths in time for Christmas, and have stalls at the Advent Fayre. We have summer plants in the tubs and hanging baskets in time for the Marches, with our Plant Sale at the beginning of June.

Anyone can come along and help out with the activities. We would love to see new faces as well as the familiar faces.

What's happening soon?

  Low Port Bed Snowdrops Pink Plant

 

*****   HELP REQUIRED   *****

 

Preparation for New St. Michael's Statue 

Saturday 21st March 10am at Low Port

Hit Squad to clear the beds at Low Port - As some large plants are involved some muscle power is required.  There will also be the need to pot up some of the plants for re-use therefore useful to bring a trowel as well as gloves and kneeler pads. 

 

Planting At Black Bitch Statue

The intended plants for the bed to the west of the Black Bitch sculpture have been selected. Some may not be available so alternatives may have to be used.

Click here for details of the plants chosen.

 

Gardening Competition

Following on from last year’s very successful Sunflower Competition, we have decided that this year’s competition will have two categories: Vegetables and Flowers. As last year, we will have separate categories for different children’s age groups and for adult entries.

See the flyer here for more details.

 

 
  Low Port Bed Purple Crocuses Pink Polyanthus
 
 
 
 

 

 

What's been happening recently?

 

 Litter Pick Volunteers at The VennelSnowdrop Planting at Learmonth Gardens

 

 

Litter Pick

A litter pick was carried out at the Vennel working around the buildings, car park and loch side.

As can be seen from the photographs, a huge amount of litter was collected.

Well done to all who turned up to help.

 

 

 

 

Planting Snowdrops

Snowdrops being uplifted and then planted behind the Doocot at Learmonth Gardens.

 

 

If you are interested in getting involved, please contact Jean Long (Tel 01506 843461 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). We look forward to your support in whatever way you would like to contribute.

 

 

 The Vennel Litter Pick Bags of Rubbish Snowdrop Planting at Learmonth Gardens