Logan Botanic Garden Wed 27 July 2016
Join R.S.P.B. staff for an illustrated talk in the Discovery Centre on what marine creatures are lurking in Luce Bay. Whales, dolphins and porpoises are regularly spotted as well as sharks, fish and colourful crustaceans
Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 28 July 2016
Create a tea light lantern to place on your table, fireplace or garden bench then admire the flickering pattern as the sun goes down!
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Thurs 28 July 2016
Meet in the Plants & People Glasshouse and find out how we grow our Victoria amazonica with Pat, our Tropical grower. Come along to find out more about our stunning collection of plants from the people who care for them.
Logan Botanic Garden Sat 30 July 2016
Come along and enjoy a magical evening of Jazz in the Walled Garden. Tickets £10, RBGE members £5, any 4 tickets £30. Tickets available at Logan shop on 01776-860231
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 1 — Fri 5 Aug 2016
Over five days of outdoor painting, award-winning artists David Forster will help students to explore colour, mark, tone and texture. Price includes lunch.
Logan Botanic Garden Mon 1 Aug — Mon 26 Sept 2016
An exciting trip back in history with some stunning photographs of Logan taken by the McDoualls, formerly of Logan House.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 1 — Tues 2 Aug 2016
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.
Logan Botanic Garden Wed 3 Aug 2016
Run in conjunction with the R.S.P.B. Explore an underwater world to discover what is lurking beneath the water! Remember to bring your wellies!
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Wed 3 Aug 2016
Come along to a guided tour of the Botanic Cottage, simultaneously the newest and oldest building in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 4 Aug 2016
Come and colour in or paint your own snake finger puppet! Wear it to explore the “wilderness” of Logan hunting for its 10 “rubber” companions hiding in the trees and bushes