Glasgow Botanical Gardens:

Glasgow is Scotland's largest city, located on the famous River Clyde in west central Scotland. Nearly 600,000 people live in the city. Glasgow is often referred to as 'the dear green place'. There are over 70 parks within the city's boundary. The Glasgow Botanic Gardens holds plants from all around the world. We talk to Louise Bustard who is the Education Officer at Glasgow's Botanical Gardens. She gives us a tour around the glasshouses and tells us where the plants come from and what they can be used for.