Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Wed 17 July 2013
The official launch of the Members' Tour to Yunnan, China.
Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 18 July 2013
Come along to a drop-in session and create your very own “rock” bug or animal to keep you company or paint a masterpiece on your very own piece of Galloway to take away and keep for yourself or give away as a present to a loved one.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 20 — Sun 21 July 2013
Bumblebees are familiar visitors to our gardens, so come along to find out more about these fascinating creatures. Staff from Bumblebee Conservation Trust will be there to lead short guided walks (approx. 45 minutes each) and answer your questions about bumblebees.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 20 July — Sun 20 Oct 2013
Showcasing the current state of knowledge concerning the biodiversity of the spectacular palm family, this exhibition takes you on a journey through the discovery, collection, study, display and uses of palms.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 22 July 2013
Our volunteers and community gardener will be working in the demonstration garden in the afternoon. Drop by to observe the team at work and get advice about growing your own edible garden. Perfect for beginners.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Tues 23 July 2013
Fancy growing your own vegetables but don’t know where to start? Pop in for seasonal gardening advice from our friendly team.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Thurs 25 July — Thurs 5 Sept 2013
Help prevent or ease your gardening back pain with this gentle exercise class.
Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 25 July 2013
Create your own wind chime using the shells from locally caught scallops to hang in the garden or window in this drop-in-event. Some adult supervision/assistance will be needed if the children are very young as they will need to use a small craft drill.
Logan Botanic Garden Sat 27 July 2013
Enjoy a relaxed evening of music with the Dave Donohoe Jazz Band.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sun 28 July 2013
Visit the Edible Gardening Project polytunnel, fruit area and vegetable plots for advice and inspiration. Free tours available at 12 noon, limited spaces so arrive early to avoid disappointment. Meet at visitor reception in the John Hope Gateway.