Scottish agriculture minister, Lord Lindsay, has offered his support to those involved in setting up a national ga...
Scottish agriculture minister, Lord Lindsay, has offered his support to those involved in setting up a national garden for Scotland.
The minister was speaking as he toured Scotland's National Garden at Plean Country Park in Stirling.
Lord Lindsay said: 'Although my department's horticulture responsibilities are largely at the commercial end of that sector I fully appreciate the enthusiasm in Scotland for both gardening and visiting gardens which are open to the public. This enthusiasm reaches beyond horticulture to make an important contribution to our education, the environment, tourism and our heritage. I therefore wish the Scotland's national garden project every success.'