The Dundee Flower and Food Festival takes place this weekend, with a plethora of sights and tastes on offer from Friday to Sunday.
Gardeners in the east of Scotland will likely flock to the show in their masses to Camperdown Country Park.
Famous chef Ainsley Harriot will demonstrate his cookery skills on Sunday, while gardeners will be showing off their own green peppers and red tomatoes from Friday at 11am.
Top gardener Chris Beardshaw will provide gardening tips, while Frieda Morrison will present BBC Radio Scotlands Potting Shed live from the festival.
The show hosted 26,000 guests last year, and even more are expected this year with three day tickets costing only £14 and £12 for concessions if booked by Thursday.
Single day tickets are also available for £7 and £6 in advance, with children going free.
Tickets will cost slightly more if bought on the day.