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Living with Bees

Living with Bees

The decline in honey bees has attracted much media attention but around two thirds of vital pollination in crops and wild plants is carried out by wild bee species and other insects. Discover the world of wild bees in an illustrated talk by Dr Bernard Vaissière that will explore the important role they play in the life of plants and people.

Meet the Edible Gardening Team

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.

Café Scientifique: City Bees

Café Scientifique: City Bees

Join bee-expert Dr Bernard Vaissière to explore the evidence that bees can coexist with people in cities and thrive in urban environments.

Coffee Morning: Scotland's Vegetable Ancestors

Coffee Morning: Scotland's Vegetable Ancestors

The Really Wild Veg project explores how domesticated crops differ from their wild ancestors.

Coffee Morning: Scotland's Vegetable Ancestors

The Really Wild Veg project explores how domesticated crops differ from their wild ancestors. Which is better for our health?

Botanic Cottage updates & stories

Botanic Cottage updates & stories

Come along to this informal talk to find out more about the Botanic Cottage as it is rebuilt stone-by-stone.

The Orchid Collection at the Botanics

This afternoon workshop will start with a tour of the orchid collection at RBGE followed by a talk on the cultivation of some of the most widely cultivated genera.

Make your own Herbarium Specimen

This hands-on workshop demonstrates the skills required to produce these important and attractive plant records.

Light Lab

Light Lab

Join artist Kenny Bean in a hands-on workshop to explore light through building a simple portable camera obscura. Ticket price includes the materials needed to make your camera.

Mindful Peace Walk

Mindful Peace Walk

This silent walking meditation is an open event, led by the lay members of the Edinburgh Sangha of the Community of Interbeing, who follow the practice and teachings of Zen Buddhist Master, Thich Nhat Hanh.

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