The websites listed below are either recommended or of special interest to plot holders
Federation of Edinburgh and district Allotments and Gardens Association
Scottish Allotments and Gardens Society
Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
A 2 acre plot in Leith, managed by local residents as a productive food growing place
The best for advice and tips. Also an extensive shop and recommendations of other suppliers
A great way to grow in the city. If you're still on the waiting list and want to get a head start helping out someone with a garden, contact this local group.
A number of Warriston plot holders already use this local compost maker. One of their most popular products is the Reshredded Mushroom Compost. Farmyard manure is another favourite. Their discount scheme begins mid–February.
Caledonian Horticulture, Edinburgh, mulch suppliers.
Pentland Plants have been family run for 50 years and each year supply the Warriston Plant Sale with a selection of bedding plants from their extensive, home-grown range.
Scotplants Direct is a long running plant nursery, based in Glenrothes, Fife. As well as plants, they supply trees, fruit and hedging.
For very healthy and strong bare root soft fruit, asparagus crowns, vines and rhubarb. Based in Blairgowrie, this family run nursery has a 60 year production history and very high standards.
Garlic grown on a farm in the Cawdor Hills in the Highlands. Gilli and Glen have high standards and sell a single variety of porcelain garlic very suitable for growing in the Scottish climate.
One of the few nurseries in Scotland to grow their own bushes. Family run since 1958, they specialise in bare root roses of all colours and habit.
FEDEGA profit shares with this supplier. Info about FEDAGA's discounted seeds scheme
A small independent which also advises on how to save your own plant seed.
Seeds, bulbs and tubers—all organic.