30 August 2010
The corm of an Amorphophallus titanum smashed the existing world record by a whopping 36.95 kilogrammes during an official weigh-in at the Garden.
9 August 2010
An international team of researchers has developed a model that suggests degradation of tropical forests occurs in a series of "waves". The team hopes the model will help manage forests as vital carbon sinks and limit the loss of biodiversity.
14 May 2010
An awe-inspiring collection of botanical art from home and abroad is being showcased in five separate exhibitions at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
27 April 2010
With the Grain - The Life and Legacy of Tim Stead, features previously unseen seminal first work of one of Scotland's most enigmatic and eclectic artists and marks the 10th anniversary of his death.
20 April 2010
Visits to Logan Botanic Garden increased by 11 per cent during the 2009 season thanks, in part, to the expansion of Logan's family events programme and ongoing developments within the Garden.
1 April 2010
The stunningly restored Fernery at Benmore Botanic Garden, has opened for its first full season. Visitors also have the opportunity of viewing Pteridomania - The Renaissance, a remarkable exhibition celebrating the absorbing world of ferns from the Victorian "Pteridomania", to the present day conservation work of RBGE.
23 March 2010
RBGE has teamed up with a number of fellow organisations to bring one of its largest and most exciting programme of events to this year's International Science Festival.
15 March 2010
Professor Stephen Blackmore, Regius Keeper at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, got the opportunity to showcase one of the Garden's latest scientific discoveries, when the Scottish Government's team of scientific advisers held a meeting at the John Hope Gateway.
22 January 2010
Environment Minister, Roseanna Cunningham launched the International Year of Biodiversity (IYB) at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on January 13.