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Digital Plant Photography I

Learn how to get the most out of your digital camera and discover the advantages of taking plant photographs digitally. This introductory course will teach you how to use your camera for the best results. It also includes ways of presenting your images.

Our Celtic Flora

Spend an afternoon looking at the traditional uses of Scottish native plants and patterns of plant use.

Coffee Morning: Plant Collecting in Tanzania

Louise Galloway will talk about her plant collecting trip to the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania which targeted Streptocarpus species (Cape Primrose).

Art Masterclass: A Giant World of Tiny Details

Art Masterclass: A Giant World of Tiny Details

During the two days you will explore the drama you can create with dramatic scale differences seen in nature.

Blue Poppy (Meconopsis) Workshop

This one day workshop will look at cultivation and propagation techniques for successfully growing Meconopsis.

Open Garden: Rocheid Garden

A young, but rapidly maturing garden with an impressive diversity of native, exotic and rare plants, shrubs and trees.

A Book of One's Own

Creatively prepare papers around a simple theme before stitching them together as a highly individual, imaginative book either as a finished item on its own or a starting point for your words and/or images.

Digital Plant Photography II

A one-day advanced course, suitable for those who have attended Digital Plant Photography I or who have experience of using a high-end digital camera.

Your Garden in Summer

With everything in full swing in the garden in summer, there are a host of jobs to do.

Forth Under Threat

Forth Under Threat

The Firth of Forth has outstanding wildlife and great opportunities to see it up close in boats and at the beach. Marine Conservation Society is working to turn the tide on the threats our oceans face. Come and find out how you could help.

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