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Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival

Our exciting annual Harvest Festival is a celebration of the vegetable growing year. Fun activities, gardening advice, information about harvesting, cooking and storing crops, tasters and more. Be inspired to get growing with our community gardening produce show.

Introduction to Documentary Video

For those with a love for the natural world and photography this course provides an introduction to documentary videography with a focus on botanical subjects.

Trainings in Mindfulness

This one-day workshop is designed for those who have an interest in working with their mind in a clear and relaxed way.

Green Worlds: No Strangers Exhibition Talk

Green Worlds: No Strangers Exhibition Talk

Celebrate the Harvest Festival and the last weekend of the ‘no strangers’ exhibition with Fiona Inches & Ian Edwards (RBGE) on a tour through the glasshouses.

Fungi Foray

Fungi Foray

Find out more about fungi with Neville Kilkenny and explore the world's first Cryptogamic Sanctuary at Dawyck.

Seeds of Time (Take One Action Film Festival)

Seeds of Time (Take One Action Film Festival)

The UK's leading global citizens' film festival returns to the Botanics with two more exclusive bike-powered movies under the stars.

8 + 1

We are delighted that local choir 8 + 1 are returning to the beautiful surroundings of Benmore Botanic Garden. Their programme which will last approximately 35 minutes will offer a light music selection with a range of styles including folk, pop and jazz.

Edible Gardening Seasonal Advice

Edible Gardening Seasonal Advice

Drop in to find out how to grow your own food and take a look around our productive garden with the Edible Gardening Project team.

Once Upon A Forest (Take One Action Film Festival)

Once Upon A Forest (Take One Action Film Festival)

The UK's leading global citizens' film festival returns to the Botanics with two more exclusive bike-powered movies under the stars.

Learn to Relax

Learning to relax is a friendly invitation to come home to yourself. Being present to whatever experiences arise in the mind without necessarily engaging them brings greater flexibility and clarity to one’s life. Six sessions over 12 weeks with Ian Tullis.

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