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Plants from the Woods & Forests of Chile

Plants from the Woods & Forests of Chile

An exhibition featuring a selection of unique watercolour paintings commissioned for the upcoming publication Plants from the Woods and Forests of Chile.

"Dawyck in Photographs" an exhibition by the Dawyck Volunteer Photographers.

Photographic work from the Dawyck volunteer photographers over the last four years.

Exchange / Kate Bajic: Lichenology

Exchange / Kate Bajic: Lichenology

Sometimes two very different things can work together in surprising ways. Discover how the two organisms that make up lichens - algae and fungi - share their abilities to enhance their lives and ours.

First February Garden Guided Walk

First February Garden Guided Walk

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides.

Snowdrop Sunday Guided Walk & Practical Demonstration

Snowdrop Sunday Guided Walk & Practical Demonstration

Come and see the stunning snowdrops, Scotland's most delicate flowers, and see the wonder of the Garden as it wakes up from winter. Enjoy a superb guided tour at 2.00pm with the Curator, Richard Baines, together with a practical propagation demonstration.

Winter Tree Identification

Winter Tree Identification

This one-day workshop is designed for complete beginners and will equip you with the skills to identify trees throughout the year.

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: Desert Plants at RBGE

Glasshouse horticulturist Gunnar Ovstebo will talk about the Arid Lands collection, including ferns collected in the Chihuahua desert of West Texas.

Snowdrop and Early Spring Interest walks

Snowdrop and Early Spring Interest walks

Join a Garden Guide on a walk to discover the Garden’s wonderful collection of specialist snowdrops and discover other early flowering plants that herald the onset of Spring.

Darwin, Plants and the Ascent of Woman

Darwin, Plants and the Ascent of Woman

Darwin corresponded with Lydia Becker, botanist and leader in the Women's Suffrage movement. Professor Janis Antonovics, University of Virginia, will explore this relationship and Darwin's more conventional views on gender to celebrate his 207th birthday.

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