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Coffee. A global success

Discover the history of coffee’s global success and the part played by the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh in the story.

Growth & Art by Pauline Burbidge & Charles Poulsen

Growth & Art by Pauline Burbidge & Charles Poulsen

The works of Pauline Burbidge and Charles Poulsen are inspired by the natural world that surrounds them. This exhibition includes works by both artists displayed alongside treasures from the RBGE Library, including works by Anna Atkins and John Hope

Coffee Morning: Tours and Day Visits 2018

Coffee Morning: Tours and Day Visits 2018

Come and hear about the exciting programme planned for the coming year with the opportunity to talk to the organisers from the Edinburgh Committee.

A Festival of Snowdrops

A Festival of Snowdrops

Join us for an illustrated talk on the celebrated snowdrop collection at Cambo Estate

Learn a Craft in the Botanic Cottage: Handmade Books

Learn a Craft in the Botanic Cottage: Handmade Books

One day craft workshops where you can learn a new skill and take something home you have made yourself. With experienced tutors and all materials provided.

Coffee Morning & Talk: Benmore - Scotland’s Rainforest Garden

Coffee Morning & Talk: Benmore - Scotland’s Rainforest Garden

Benmore is the largest and wettest garden in the RBGE group and is well known for its Rhododendrons and plants from Chile, Japan and the Himalayas. Hear the story from Curator Peter Baxter.

Horticulture Careers Day

Horticulture Careers Day

A day of unmissable presentations and seminars by leading horticulturists on a range of topics. Additional trade and industry stands providing an ideal networking opportunity. Aimed at anybody who is interested in a career, or career development.

The Duchess, The Head Gardener and the making of The Alnwick Garden

The Duchess, The Head Gardener and the making of The Alnwick Garden

Join Trevor Jones, Head Gardener at The Alnwick Garden, for his illustrated talk on the history and development of one of the world’s most contemporary gardens.

Potions and Plants: A Magical Evening at The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Potions and Plants: A Magical Evening at The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

For one night only, the Garden’s wizarding equivalent, Hogweed’s School of Botany & Magical Horticulture, will be visible to muddles (non-gardening folk). Join us for this once in a lifetime opportunity to peek behind the scenes at this mysterious organisation and find out more about the magical plants that it cultivates.

Learn a Craft in the Botanic Cottage: Wooden Spoon Carving

One day craft workshops where you can learn a new skill and take something home you have made yourself. With experienced tutors and all materials provided.

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