We're delighted to have been able to give seeds to folk all over Scotland during the Covid-19 crisis.


Some are established charities, others are community gardening projects, school groups or teams of people who have come together specifically to help folk during the pandemic. A few are even small businesses, offering their services as safe, local seed pick-up points!


Wondering whether our seeds have been sown anywhere near you? The list below, broken down by local council area, should help.


Ballifeary Community Council

Covid 19 Dalneigh Inverness Community Support

Covid 19 Ness-side Inverness Community Support

Pulteneytown People's Project


Belville Community Garden Trust

Parklea Branching Out



North Ayrshire

Organic Growers of Fairley

North Lanarkshire

Home-Start Glasgow North and North Lanarkshire

People United for Banton (P.U.B)

Orkney Islands

Perth & Kinross

Luncarty & Redgorton in Bloom


Erskine Community Council

Scottish Borders

The Allanton Inn

Allanton Village Hall

Ayton Enhancement Group

Cheviot View Residents' Group

Covid-19 Coldstream Community Action Team

Duns Brownies and Girl Guides

Langlee Primary School

Leitholm Village Community Group

Spar Newcastleton

Shetland Islands

South Ayrshire

Independence From Drugs and Alcohol Scotland (IFDAS)

South Lanarkshire

St Leonard's In Bloom


Clare House Dunblane

Doune and Deanston Community Support

ROOK - Rescuers of Old Kilmadock

Strathard Community Council

Strathfillan Self Isolation Support Group

The Hub G63

West Dunbartonshire

Clydesider Magazine, in partnership with:

The Big Disability Group


West Lothian

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Photo: Harebells on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Photo by David Wheater on Unsplash