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Ayrshire marmalade from Auchincruive charity Gardening Leave is officially the best in the world
A ‘spread’ in the Daily Record on our World’s Original Marmalade Awards win

Cultivating hope – botanical art exhibition
The Scots Magazine highlights Glasgow awareness-raising event

Horticultural therapy; healing the scars of war
City Planter takes a look at our work

Therapy for veterans growing veg in urban gardens
English Garden magazine feature

‘This place saved my life’: the gardening charity helping veterans – in pictures
A gallery of images taken for the Observer/Guardian Christmas Appeal feature

The garden of peace: helping veterans heal the mental scars of war
Observer/Guardian Christmas Appeal feature on Gardening Leave’s work with Armed Forces veterans

Veterans therapy garden receives revamp
Radio interview with Gardening Leave on refurb of the charity’s Ayrshire project

Scotts Miracle-Gro and ISS help to create new Gardening Leave garden
Horticulture Week covers plans for a new Gardening Leave project in Dundee

Gardening leave: the soldiers finding solace in plants
Daily Telegraph feature on Gardening Leave’s work with veterans

Botanical blooms
House and Garden article on Amicus Botanicus exhibition raising awareness of Gardening Leave

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    RT @celiahart Moonlight coloured irises are now out and smell lovely! pic.twitter.com/K5ZBeyNHel

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    RT @scotgardens: And the doors are open! Come and see us at #gardeningscotland2015. We're in the Floral Hall. pic.twitter.com/AUcLP5AJTz

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    Planting up hanging baskets at our Ayr hort.therapy project ow.ly/i/b1FGn with a little extra from @lovethegarden :)

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    Check out @TheWalledNurser @ChelseaFringe event supporting our work with Armed Forces #veterans ow.ly/NxgE3 #mentalhealth


    RT @RacheldeThame Paeonia Kokuryu-nishiki flowering in my new garden. Originally on my #RHSChelsea garden in 2008, it's moved 3 times! pic.twitter.com/ZwsWqak9UL


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