ROOTS Subscription with the National Trust for Scotland

 

 

Here’s a gift subscription idea for gardeners!

If you’ve want to buy a gift for the green fingered gardener in your life, why not take a look at the National Trust for Scotland’s ROOTS subscription?

For £72 the National Trust for Scotland will send them a ROOTS pack every six weeks for a year.

The pack will have stories about Scotland’s plant life, Scottish seeds and tips from the Trust’s expert gardeners!

Find out more about the National Trust for Scotland's ROOTS subscription

Find out more about the ROOTS subscription

from the National Trust for Scotland


So what does the subscription include?

  • A ROOTS pack sent every six weeks – and six times a year, the packs will also contain a packet of Scottish seeds to grow at home!
  • A gift certificate, so your loved one will know who their special gift came from
  • Planting guides written by the Trust’s expert gardeners so their seeds will flourish
  • Stories and histories of the Scottish plants protected and cared for by the Trust
  • Regular emails with top tips and ‘How To’ guides, gardening blogs and articles from our gardeners
  • An invitation to two exclusive ROOTS events a year with their gardens team

Not only that, but you’ll have the knowledge that your ROOTS subscription gift will help the Trust look after the gardens and designed landscapes they care for! 

They cultivate over 100,000 individual plants, and their gardens are key green spaces and habitats for fauna and flora.  It is thought that over 2,000 species of insects, birds, mammals and plants could live in a Trust garden.   And did you know that one mature oak tree can support over 400 different species of insects and arachnids living in it?  That just shows the importance of trees to wildlife!

This gift really keeps giving throughout the year! 

And remember, you can also treat yourself to ROOTS for £6 a month or buy a full year for £72.  Gift subscriptions can only be made by one-off payments 

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