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Garden Social for Dementia

Garden Social for Dementia

A monthly workshop for people affected by dementia, with a chance to socialise and take part in sensory activities.

Botanics Late: The Future is Now

Botanics Late: The Future is Now

Have you ever imagined what the world might look like in the not too distant future? Step beyond the Garden's frontier and join us at our adult's only late event as we boldly explore a future world of science, art, music, dance, fashion and technology.

Bookbinding

Bookbinding

Local bookbinder Ciara McDermott provides practical bookbinding workshops as part of Martino Gamper's Post Forma. Book cloth designed and printed by Ciara Philips. Part of British Art Show 8.

Bookbinding

Bookbinding

Local Bookbinder Ciara McDermott provides practical bookbinding demonstrations as part of Martino Gamper's Post Forma. Bring along a book in need of repair. Book cloth designed and printed by Ciara Philips. Part of British Art Show 8.

Art masterclass: Leaves up close

This workshop will focus on the illustration of leaves, looking at the structure of leaves, how to paint pale and dark veins and also capture the many different surface textures of leaves.

The Plant Sale

The Plant Sale

Join us for our annual Members Plant Sale, and your chance to add rare botanical plants to your own garden.

Meet the Edible Gardening Team

Take a look around our productive garden with the Edible Gardening Project volunteers. Find out what jobs need doing in your own garden now and have your vegetable growing questions answered.

New for Old Thailand

New for Old Thailand

An exhibition showcasing the exchange and collaboration in craft and design between Scottish and Thai makers and designers.

Two Feet, One Mind - A Contemplative Walking Workshop

In this two hour workshop you will develop techniques for mindfully engaging with the environment. It is held ‘on the hoof’ in the botanics after closing time. It is suitable for absolute beginners or people with some experience of meditation.

Coffee Morning: In the Footsteps of the Snow Leopard

John Mitchell will talk about his travels in Uzbekistan and Tajikistan and look at the way of life and the rich biodiversity of these areas, from Samarkand to the mountains.

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