All the titles below are available to buy online via our shopping site www.rbgeshop.org.uk
Benmore Botanic Garden Guidebook
ISBN 978-1-906129-72-9, paperback, 48pp, £6.00 plus 70p p+p (UK)
The definitive full-colour guide to Argyll's magnificent mountainside garden. An essential companion to your visit and the perfect keepsake.
Dawyck Botanic Garden Guidebook
ISBN 978 1 906129 5 6, softback, 48pp, £5.00 plus £0.70 p+p (UK)
Informative and fully illustrated, the Dawyck Botanic Garden Guidebook provides a wonderful accompaniment for any trip to RBGE's Border's woodland Garden and is also used as a thorough reference source for those unable to visit.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Guidebook
ISBN 978-1-906129-06-4, softback, 48pp, £5.00 plus £1 p+p(UK)
Stunning collection of images in this new full-colour guide. An essential companion to your visit and the perfect souvenir.
Logan Botanic Garden Guidebook
ISBN 1 872291 39 2, softback, 36pp, £2.50 plus £1 p+p (UK)
Explore this exotic garden, find out more about the history of Logan, the plants that make it special and the work of its horticultural staff. Garden walking route and map included.
Queen Mother's Memorial Garden Souvenir Guide
ISBN 978-1-906129-23-1, softback, 24pp, 245mm x 186mm. full colour, fully illustrated. £5.00 plus £1 p+p (UK)
Enjoy this guide at home or during a tour of this spectacular garden at the Edinburgh site. The Souvenir Guide explores The Queen Mother's long association with Scotland and explains the function of the garden, its features and its plantings. A clear map and foreword by HRH Prince of Wales are included. The Guide is illustrated in full colour throughout with photographs from The Castle of Mey Trust and RBGE's own collection.
Growing Together: Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and China
ISBN 978 1 906129 10 1, softback, 24pp, 245mm x 186mm, full colour, fully illustrated, £4.50 plus 50p p&p (UK)
This publication, which aims to chronicle and celebrate RBGE's long-standing relationship with China, has been created to coincide with China Now in Scotland 2008 - a year-long showcase of Chinese culture and an exploration of the ancient and modern links between the two countries.
The guidebook explores the historical roots behind the connections, the importance of collaborations with the Kunming Institute of Botany, the work of the Lijiang Field Station and some of the Chinese plants that can be found at RBGE's four sites.
Bi-lingual in English with Chinese translation.