Here's the finished version of the West of Scotland Dry Stone Walling Association's Gardening Scotland show garden (see previous post for the build).
Viewers of the Beachgrove Garden (BBC Scotland gardening program, for those not in the know) will maybe recognise it from their review of it on last week's show, and from the final rounding up piece which they did from one of the seats (here being modeled by Norman, John and Adrian from the West of Scotland Dry Stone Walling Association).
The garden was awarded a silver medal (though several visitors said they thought it deserved better).
As ever, it seems a lot of work for something which is only there for three days - by the time of writing (9pm on Sunday) the garden will have been demolished and packed up ready to be carted away. However, it's not gone forever - it will be rebuilt later this year at the Erskine hospital, where it will be a permanent feature at the entrance to the site.
This blog, and the rest of the site, are produced by Donald McInnes, treasurer of the SES DSWA (I'm the baldy one, sometimes in a saltire hat).