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World Soils Day

Join us to celebrate World Soil Day in December with a fun and interactive session of displays, demonstrations and muddy activities for all ages. Soil scientists from the Scotland's Rural College, James Hutton Institute and representatives of the British Society of Soil Science will all be on hand to show you the wonders of soil, one of the world's most important and endangered resources.

Art Explorers

Drop in to our monthly family sessions where we will explore art and crafts that are about nature in all its wonder.

The Cottage Christmas

Enjoy making and tasting some seasonal treats in the beautiful surroundings of the Botanic Cottage.

Natural Partners

Natural Partners

Trees, woods and forests play a vital role in satisfying basic human needs as well as higher level demands. Join us to explore this natural partnership with hands-on activities.

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.

Learn a Craft in the Botanic Cottage: Soy Candles

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.

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.

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.

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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