Scotland Grows Magazine launched in August 2020 as The Scottish Gardening Magazine – a brand new digital title dedicated to celebrating real gardening in Scotland.
We rebranded in February 2021 to better reflect what we are about. We want to encourage growth in all aspects of gardening, and in the health and well-being benefits which gardening brings and the new title Scotland Grows, encompasses all that and more!
Bringing an inspiring and informative mix of gardens, gardeners and growing in Scotland, set in a beautiful content experience, this publication is empowering the Scottish gardening market.
With features to engage novice to experienced gardeners; first time veg growers to seasoned allotment holders; horticultural groups to community initiatives, we hope to bring you pages about real gardening happening in Scotland right now, from East to West coast and from the Borders to the Islands.
Scotland Grows Magazine is set in a visually beautiful reading experience, with fully responsive text and images across all devices.
Subscribe for our eco friendly, bi-monthly, fully responsive, digital magazine which will drop straight into inboxes and come and chat with us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Individual pages of the magazine can immediately be shared by readers on all platforms to family and friends and, as we are not limited by distribution miles, the magazine can instantly reach across the length and breadth of Scotland and beyond, helping to spread the message that we in Scotland, know a thing or two about gardening!
What people are saying…
Keen to support a publication that’s specifically Scottish orientated!Outside In Garden Rooms
At last a magazine for us Scottish gardeners!Growing a Scottish Garden
Congratulations on your new venture – just what Scottish horticulture needs. The more means we celebrate our diverse gardens, gardeners and our whole industry, the better. Really can’t wait to read the first issue!Brian Cunningham, Beechgrove Garden
Nice to see that there will be a magazine tailored to Scottish gardens!Edible Gardens
I’m really excited about the magazine as it’s exactly what we need in Scotland!AJR Greenspace