Children are being encouraged to get out and about this summer with a new booklet highlighting north-east landmarks.
Hannah Stephenson reveals seven ways to make your garden feel peaceful
Schoolchildren from across the city have been building gardens in cardboard boxes while learning about sustainability.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has issued a plea for help to stop bugs transmitting a deadly disease to the UK’s plants.
More than 90 bags of litter were collected as part of a community clean-up initiative.
The Beechgrove Garden’s Jim McColl is bowing out after more than four decades with the popular show.
Time is running out for the Aberdeen public to voice its views on the local authority’s green space maintenance services.
A popular gardening group is encouraging green-fingered folk to take part in its competition.
The latest lucky winner of an Evening Express competition has been announced.
Green-fingered people in a north-east town have a chance to show off their blooming good gardening skills in a competition.
Watch: New video series shows how Aberdeen’s council gardeners keep the city’s parks looking fantastic
Aberdeen city council have launched a new video series focusing on the work their gardeners do to maintain the city’s green spaces. Council gardener Daniel Shand shows how Aberdeen’s parks are kept looking incredible, as well as sharing tips on how to improve your own garden.
Pupils from 13 north-east schools have helped create a wildflower haven at a historic estate.
Green-fingered youngsters are set to get involved in a new gardening programme.
Spring has sprung and if there’s one sprightly addition your home needs this season, it’s a terrarium.
I'm amazed at the numbers of bees I've seen on sunny days over the past couple of weeks, buzzing around the fragrant zingy yellow mahonia and purple heather in my garden.
A community initiative encouraging people in the North-east to grow their own potatoes has celebrated a successful start.
Do we or don't we? Just when you think it's time to get the mower out in the fine spring weather, the heavens open and everything has to be put back inside again.
A GARDENING crew working in Aberdeen had a shock – when they uncovered a gun buried at a North-east home.