27 August 2008
Visitors to exotic Logan Botanic Garden, near Port Logan, Dumfries & Galloway, are being treated to a true Antipodean adventure this summer following the completion of a major planting initiative to create an authentic Tasmanian Glade in the most south western tip of Scotland.
18 August 2008
Two intrepid Edinburgh botanists braved dangerous conditions while carrying out vital research in the forests of the Congo for a new groundbreaking book.
12 August 2008
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) has secured a prestigious first in the world of accountancy as Director of Corporate Services Alasdair Macnab FCMA gains professional funding for research into the strategic policies of botanic gardens globally.
28 July 2008
Eminent botanist Dr Tony Miller who is the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh's (RBGE) specialist on the flora of Arabia has been honoured by the Saudi Arabian Government for work he has been undertaking in the penninsula for around 30 years.
21 March 2008
The mysteries of mosses, lichens and liverworts are to be unravelled during a special drop-in session at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) on Saturday, March 22.
March 10 2008
Edinburgh horticultural student Edward Miles will soon be heading off across the Atlantic to continue his studies in the United States after clinching a top scholarship.
March 7 2008
An exceptional and inspirational outdoor photographic exhibition which is rolling out to rave reviews around the world has arrived at Benmore Botanic Garden, near Dunoon. Hard Rain - Remaking A World Gone Wrong is a series of soul searching images from around the globe. Inspired by the Bob Dylan classic lyric A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall, it is a reflection of mankind's destructive impact on our planet.
March 6 2008
Join an army of wonderfully talented actor school children alongside musicians from the University of Edinburgh as they lead a magical after dark promenade production through the grounds of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) on the evenings of March 6 and March 7.
January 29 2008
Fragile lanterns, exotic lion dances and colourful fireworks will be the order of the day on Thursday, February 21, to mark the launch of China Now in Scotland, a year-long national celebration of the connections between the two countries.
January 28 2008
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) and two of its regional Gardens at Logan in Wigtownshire and Dawyck, near Peebles, will again take part in the Scottish Snowdrop Festival.