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The Most Interesting Plant Family You Have Never Heard Of

Sapotaceae is a core research family at RBGE. Peter Wilkie will tell us what links the rainforests of south-east Asia with golf balls, teeth and the Titanic and explain how research at Edinburgh is helping conserve these incredible plants.

Guided Walk: Never Ending Colour!

Come and enjoy a splendid walk with the Curator and see summer sensations blooming in Scotland’s Most Exotic Garden. You will see spectacular displays from Lantern Trees, Chilean Firethorn Trees, South American Lobelias and half hardy perennials.

Wildflower Walk

Join Logan Botanic Garden staff on a guided walk around the R.S.P.B. Mull of Galloway Reserve. Wildflowers are in full bloom so learn more about their ecology and importance to our native wildlife. Meet at the Mull of Galloway Reserve.

Art workshop: Understanding Tone

An intensive two day course exploring the world of tone using the wonderful medium of watercolour.

Your Garden in Summer

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

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.

Wildflower Identification

The day includes a hands-on workshop to teach you some basic skills, plus a field trip for a chance to put them into practice.

Members Tour: The Gardens and Flora of Japan - Kyoto and Hakkaido

A spectacular tour of Japan's Hokkaido and Kyoto regions.

Guided Walk: The Magic of Summer

Come and enjoy a tour in the company of a gardener. See the vibrant colours and textures of the half-hardy perennials that sparkle and lighten up the garden in a floral firework display. Salvia, Osteospermum, Penstemon and Fuchsia are now in their element!

Kite Making

Come along and make a simple kite that you can take away and fly in your garden or on the beach

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