Green-fingered pupils from Pentland primary and South Morningside primary

2nd June 2006 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Green-fingered pupils from Pentland primary and South Morningside primary join Rhona Brankin, the Deputy Environment Minister, planting seeds to create a wildflower meadow at Braidburn Valley Park in Edinburgh at the start of Biodiversity Fortnight, run by Scottish Natural Heritage Photograph by Colin Hattersley

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