You got to grow with it!

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Good morning Cat,'' ''Please find some of the requested pics from this book attached. I hope they find you happy and well. The rest of the pictures will follow shortly. '' ''As always, please ensure that wherever you reproduce these or any of the pictures from this book, the title, author, price and publisher are clearly stated in a typeface no smaller than the body of the text, and that all photographs are credited � Randle Siddeley, with the exception of the one from page 69, which should be credited � Beit Salahieh Hotel, Aleppo, Syria.'' ''Thanks and best wishes,'' ''Fabio'' ''From: Cat Thomson [mailto:cat.thomson@scotlandonsunday.com] 'Sent: 20 June 2011 10:05'To: Fabio Grandi'Cc: Emma O'Bryen'Subject: Scotsman magazine 'Garden' by Randle Siddeley '' ''Fabio/ Emma,'' '' ''Louisa is writing about 'Garden' by Randle Siddeley, she has the book and has told me the following images are great. Can we get hold of them?

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GARDENERS and fans of all things green and beautiful are being urged to really grow for it.

The Herald’s annual garden competition is now underway for 2011.

Once again we’ve teamed up with the experts at Caulders Garden Centre, Kilsyth Road, Kirkintilloch, and Kirkintilloch Horticultural Society.

As in previous years, there’s a host of great prizes up for grabs with the winner scooping a £50 voucher to spend at Caulders and a top quality garden fork.

The second place prize will be a £30 voucher for Caulders and third prize is a £20 voucher.

This year’s competition has widened to include nursery and primary school gardens.

Kirkintilloch Horticultural Society president Errol Burchell said: “Expanding the competition to nursery and primary schools is a great way to encourage children out into the garden and learn how to grow flowers and even vegetables.”

He added: “We now need two to three weeks of good weather to see the gardens at their best.”

Caulders Garden Centre owner Colin Barrie said: “It’s a really good idea to involve children in the competition as more and more emphasis is being put on the environment.

“So many schools in the area have green flags for their environmental work.

“It’s good to see them out and learning traditional gardening skills.”

To enter the Herald Garden Competition 2011 complete the nomination form in this week’s issue and send it to: Garden Competition, Kirkintilloch Herald Series, 11 Dalrymple Court, Kirkintilloch, G66 3AA.

Once all the entries have been received a judge will call round to look at your garden before the final selection is made.

You can nominate your own garden, a neighbour’s, friend’s, family member’s or a local nursery or primary school.