Events in from

Buck-up berry tonics: Wild berries to wonderful concoctions

Social sessions inspired by the Garden, for people affected by dementia, their friends, relatives and supporters. Sessions include sensory activities and informal chat with refreshments.

Life Through a Lens

Using a mixture of microscopes, experiments and art join our journey of discovery. See what the pioneers of microscopy saw and find out how microscopes are helping scientists today.

Life Through a Lens

Using a mixture of microscopes, experiments and art join our journey of discovery. See what the pioneers of microscopy saw and find out how microscopes are helping scientists today.

The Sound of Good Health

This one day exploration of Sound Therapy will look at the theories, plus practical time with different instruments such as singing bowls and gongs.

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.

Coffee Morning: The Tropical Dry Forests of Latin America

Tropical dry forests are a magical landscape of seasonal contrasts and exceptional plant diversity. Hear about these important, unique but endangered habitats.

Botanical Artistry Skills and Techniques: Thorns, Prickles and Spines

Master dry brush technique by painting all things spikey - from rose prickles to cacti with a thousand spines. Lizzie Sanders will show you how to make precise and sharp images using tiny brushes and almost no water.

Lunchtime talk - First World War at RBGE

Join archivist Leonie Paterson for an informal talk about some of the stores of the garden and its staff during the First World War.

Trained Fruit Trees

Trained Fruit Trees

This two-day course will explain and tackle the bewildering choice of rootstocks and varieties, as well as general maintenance or summer pruning to help you establish trained fruit for your garden with confidence.

Life Through a Lens

Using a mixture of microscopes, experiments and art join our journey of discovery. See what the pioneers of microscopy saw and find out how microscopes are helping scientists today.

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