Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Thurs 28 May — Thurs 25 June 2015
Draw nature by learning from the work and style of Scottish artists. Over 5 weeks we will take inspiration from the following artists: Peploe, Cadell, Wm Gillies, Leon Morrocco and Barbara Rae.
Fri 29 — Sun 31 May 2015
Friends of RBGE have been running the crèches at Gardening Scotland for the past three years and the donations received for looking after the plants purchased by visitors contributes to the Friends Small Project Fund.
Inverleith House, Edinburgh Fri 29 May 2015
Join curator Paul Nesbitt and Exhibitions Officer Chloe Reith as they lead an in-depth discussion on the work of Nicolas Party and the exhibition at Inverleith House.
Benmore Botanic Garden Sun 31 May 2015
Storytelling, craft sessions and music are among events lined up for this year's Open Day.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sun 31 May 2015
After you have seen the current exhibition, Boys and Pastel, by Nicolas Party at Inverleith House, come and explore the materials used by the artist in our informal drop-in art workshop for children. Please note children must be accompanied by an adult.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 1 — Tues 2 June 2015
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.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Wed 3 — Thurs 18 June 2015
The 11th Annual Botanical Images Scotia - BISCOT Exhibition. A showcase of top contemporary botanical art from home and abroad, in an innovative collaboration between RBGE and the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society.
Benmore Botanic Garden Fri 5 June 2015
"An afternoon Serenade with the Grazioso String Quartet" in the Courtyard Gallery, Benmore.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 6 June 2015
Spend an afternoon looking at the traditional uses of Scottish native plants and patterns of plant use.
Logan Botanic Garden Sat 6 — Sun 7 June 2015
A fun weekend workshop suitable for all levels of artist. Using pencil, coloured pencil, or watercolour techniques come along and sketch, draw or paint Logan’s finest plant collections.