This Pocket Garden celebrates Keep Scotland Beautiful's 21st Birthday with wild flowers and vegetables in the colours of our logo, and a tree planted in the middle. It was designed by Natanya Lin (last year's S6 pupil), and has now been installed at Queen Street Community Garden in Broughty Ferry. This is a great site for the Pocket Garden as it is maintained by young people from uniformed groups and Grove Academy. The Pocket Garden was built on the site by members of the S1 Outdoor Learning group.
A mosaic of the number 21 for Keep Scotland Beautiful's 21st birthday
The whole garden is slightly tilted up. Even a small elevation like this helps the garden to seem like it's lighter than air.
Now the frame is in it's home, the team begin to add the soil and bark chippings
Planting up the wedges of different colour wildflowers