I'm fascinated by the displays in these allotments and often peer through the fence when
I dog walk in this Edinburgh city park.
The photos were taken at various times between June and August.
There are twenty one allotment sites around the city and plots measuring about 10x20 meters are
available to rent by local people without gardens.
Access to the gardens is limited to allotment holders only and the gates are locked at all times.
The hedge of vegetation (thorny shrubs and nettles) on the outside of the perimeter fence
sometimes made it a bit tricky taking photos through the wires.
Central pathway between the two access gates.
Outside the park,the building at the end of the street is a well known private school built in the 1860s
in the Scottish baronial style and designed by architect David Bryce.
Thank you for visiting.