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Bright Bread and Crafty Cranachan

Bright Bread and Crafty Cranachan

Make and taste familiar Scottish recipes with a twist. Changing ingredients to enhance health and nutrition is the basis of a new recipe book from the Rowett Institute. Join the food scientists in a quest to improve Scotland’s diet.

Make your own bird feeder

Run in conjunction with the RSPB. Come along and make your own bird feeder to take home. Get close to nature this Spring!

Expedition Botanics

Expedition Botanics

Join Expedition Botanics in the search for traditional knowledge about Colombian rainforest plants.

Hive Story

Hive Story

Keeping bees has been going through a revival of interest. A new generation of beekeepers is taking advantage of the fact that our cities can provide good foraging for bees. Join the beekeepers to find out more about bees and what they do for us.

April Guided Bird Walk

Enjoy an early morning walk identifying birds in the Garden.

Your Garden in Spring

As buds are bursting and the garden reawakens, spring is one of the busiest times for the plants and the gardener. Find out how to keep on top of all this

Buzz Around the Botanics

Buzz Around the Botanics

Join the hunt for bees and other minibeasts at the Botanics. Take your ID guide and recording sheet into the Garden and afterwards add your results to the big map. All young scientists will get a pack to take away.

Talk: Steven Jacobs on Raoul De Keyser's Early Works

Talk: Steven Jacobs on Raoul De Keyser's Early Works

Inverleith House is delighted to welcome art historian, Lecturer at Ghent University, and author of author of 'Raoul De Keyser: Retour 1964-2006', Steven Jacobs to discuss the exhibition at Inverleith House.

Children's Craft Workshop with Poppy Browne

Children's Craft Workshop with Poppy Browne

In this popular craft workshop Poppy Browne will use Garden materials to show children how to make different crafts.

Farmyard Animals: Friends & Foes

Farmyard Animals: Friends & Foes

A hands-on, family-friendly session with activities, storytelling and interactive displays about the lives of our farm animals.

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