Dawyck Botanic Garden Sat 1 Feb — Sun 30 Mar 2014
These photographs taken in Scotland in the late 1800's illustrate an amateur botanist's fascination with trees. Printed from glass plate negatives donated to the Garden, the exhibition contributes to ongoing research into this collection.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sun 9 Feb — Sun 23 Mar 2014
A two year collaborative project between the RBGE and the Artists of Garvald Edinburgh. Garvald edinburgh is an organisation providing creative day and supported living opportunities for adults with learning disabilities.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 1 Mar — Tues 30 Sept 2014
The annual photography competition is back for 2014, so send us your best images for a chance to be published in The Scotsman, the Botanics Magazine and win a subscription to Amateur Photographer Magazine. All funds raised help support the Garden's work.
Benmore Botanic Garden Sat 1 Mar — Thurs 29 May 2014
Avenue of Giants Exhibition, an exploration of Britain's greatest avenues and an acknowledgement of the most spectacular at Benmore.
Dawyck Botanic Garden Sun 2 Mar — Sun 2 Nov 2014
Why not drop in to Dawyck on the first Sunday of every month and have some free fun making a souvenir of your visit? Spend a short time on a different activity each visit - including leaf rubbing, making a nest, or printing with materials from the Garden.
Benmore Botanic Garden Sun 2 Mar — Thurs 30 Oct 2014
Why not discover the history, landscape, plant collections and seasonal highlights of Benmore in the company of a Benmore Guide?
Dawyck Botanic Garden Sun 9 Mar 2014
Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides to see the snowdrops.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sun 9 Mar 2014
An introduction to the fundamental features of lichens.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 10 — Tues 11 Mar 2014
Drop in to find out how to grow your own food and take a look around our productive garden with the Edible Gardening Project team.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Tues 11 Mar 2014
CMEP is part of RBGE and works on projects across the Middle East. In addition to the core of floristics and systematics, the focus is on conservation, capacity development and consultancy. Come and listen to Dr Sophie Neale and Dr Alan Forrest.