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Introduction to Horticulture

A ten-week theoretical course covering a range of topics, from soil science to pruning to plant anatomy. Suitable as an overview of horticulture for absolute beginners, or as a stepping stone to the RHS (level 2) Certificate in Horticulture.

Botanical Artistry: Garden Visitors - Pests and Pollinators

Birds, insects and small creatures will be looked at from a gardener’s point of view in this course which focuses on the depiction of different textures and careful colour mixing.

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.

Pilates: Beginners - Intermediate

Help prevent or ease your gardening back pain with this gentle exercise class. Pilates is a form of exercise that improves posture, prevents back pain and strengthens core muscles.

Pilates: Intermediate - Advanced

Help prevent or ease your gardening back pain with this gentle exercise class. Pilates is a form of exercise that improves posture, prevents back pain and strengthens core muscles.

Nordic Walking

Nordic Walking is a specific fitness technique that enhances everyday walking with the use of poles.

Looking through their eyes: Scottish Artists

Draw nature by learning from the work and style of Scottish artists. Over 5 weeks we will take inspiration from the following artists: Victoria Crowe, Elizabeth Blackadder, Barbara Rae, David Michie and Duncan Shanks.

Herbs of the Highlands

Learn all about the natural and nutritious remedies (and feel something of the magic!) of our native Flora Celtica

Friends of RBGE AGM followed by a talk from Regius Keeper Simon Milne

Join the Friends of RBGE for their annual AGM. Regius Keeper Simon Milne MBE will speak to members after the AGM.

Planting Ideas for Atmosphere & Visual Richness

Chelsea Gold Medal-winning designer Paul Hervey- Brookes will lead an intensive weekend workshop which explores the character of plants and how best to use them to create atmosphere in both planting schemes and when laying out the structure of a new garden.

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