Posted on Wednesday 08 January 2014
Posted on Tuesday 10 September 2013
Words are at the core of what's happening at Dawyck Botanic Garden this autumn as visitors are invited to engage with the environment through the language of poetry and song. As Gerry Loose continues to greet visitors during his month as Poet in Residence, the Garden also pays homage to the lyrics of the
song-writing legend Bob Dylan, through the soul-searching outdoor exhibition Hard Rain: Whole Earth?
Posted on Tuesday 20 August 2013
Visitors to Dawyck Botanic Garden, near Peebles, over the last week have been witnessing the transformation of an ailing beech tree into a lasting tribute to one of the most remarkable plant hunters of the 19th century
Posted on Thursday 15 August 2013
Two of Scotland’s leading gardening organisations - the National Trust for Scotland and the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh (RBGE) will work collaboratively to protect Scotland’s plants – both wild and cultivated. The two bodies will share plants to safeguard specimens that might be at risk, work together to conserve endangered wild plants both through replanting projects and by working together on pests and disease management.
Posted on Friday 08 March 2013