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I still believe in miracles

I still believe in miracles

'I still believe in miracles' celebrates the 30th anniversary of the world-renowned exhibitions programme at Inverleith House.

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.

Seaweed Foray (In North Berwick)

We’ll look at their diversity, work out the basics of identification and find out some of the weird, wonderful and everyday uses for this fascinating group of plants. Held at North Berwick beach, we’ll comb the shore and explore some pools.

In search of Truth and Beauty

Paul Nesbitt, Curator of Inverleith House, describes the role of art in our appreciation and understanding of the natural world through the 30-year programme of exhibitions at Inverleith House.

Meet the Glasshouse Staff

Meet the Glasshouse Staff

Meet in the Plants & People Glasshouse and find out how we grow our Victoria amazonica with Pat, our Tropical grower. Come along to find out more about our stunning collection of plants from the people who care for them.

Expressive Watercolour Landscape - Summer School

Expressive Watercolour Landscape - Summer School

Over five days of outdoor painting, award-winning artists David Forster will help students to explore colour, mark, tone and texture. Price includes lunch.

Botanic Cottage Tour

Botanic Cottage Tour

Come along to a guided tour of the Botanic Cottage, simultaneously the newest and oldest building in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

Garden Social for Dementia

Garden Social for Dementia

Free sessions with refreshments and activities inspired by the Garden for people affected by dementia.

Painting Trees and the Landscape in Acrylics

Beginning with observational drawing using trees found in the Gardens or sketching the diverse landscapes around us: Followed by working in the studio where you will be guided in designing a composition in order to create a painting using acrylics.

Flora of Nepal

Nepal's spectacular plant diversity is matched by it's colourful cultural heritage and dramatic Himalayan scenery. For centuries Nepalese people have used plants for food, medicine, construction and fuel, and plants continue to sustain livelihoods.

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