Pocket garden contest
Keep Scotland Beautiful are challenging pupils to design a garden which could feature as part of a major display at Gardening Scotland this summer.
The Pocket Garden Competition will see kids from across the country designing gardens that celebrate Scotland’s landscape and its changing climate.
Schools are invited to submit their entries before February 8.
The winning schools will be chosen by judges from Keep Scotland Beautiful and the Garden for Life Forum.
Winning entries will form the main feature of the‘Living Garden’area at Gardening Scotland in June.
Eve Keepax, food and environment officer at Keep Scotland Beautiful, said: “Our annual One Planet Picnic Pocket Garden Competition is a practical and fun way for pupils to learn about food, the environment and biodiversity - all linking to our changing climate.
“Now in its fourth year we have inspired schools from 30 of Scotland’s 32 local authority areas. I hope that many more young people will participate this year.”