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Paradise in Palm Houses: A History of the Glasshouses at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Paradise in Palm Houses: A History of the Glasshouses at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Learn about the history of the glasshouses at RBGE in an informative talk with Glasshouse Manager Fiona Inches. From the first evidence of glasshouse building in the 17th century, to the recent re-landscaping of the Palm House, the glasshouses have been instrumental to tropical plant research at RBGE.

Reading Together drop-in book group (Every Thursday morning)

Reading Together drop-in book group (Every Thursday morning)

Every Thursday 10:30–12:00 | ages 14+ | Botanic Cottage | Free | If you love reading come to a book group with a difference, where stories and poems are read aloud and discussed over tea and coffee | led by the charity Open Book

Market Garden Course

Market Garden Course

Free 5 week course taught by our own expert Market Gardener, Ben Dell. Learn the horticultural skills required to set up and manage a small scale garden using organic principles.

Mark Shannon Photography Exhibition

Photography Exhibition

Jazz at the Courtyard

Jazz at the Courtyard

Join us for an evening of late summer jazz.

Seaweed for Health 2017

Ocean vegetables are a growing source of nutrition. This event celebrates the development of nutritious food seaweed in the British Isles and Nordic region, its potential for health, its culinary uses, its botanical history and latest research.

Plant Scenery of the World : Art Explorers

Plant Scenery of the World : Art Explorers

Make your own work of art with Greengage Arts, using a wide range of tactile and fun materials from the Gardens.

Paradise in Palm Houses: A History of the Glasshouses at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Paradise in Palm Houses: A History of the Glasshouses at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Learn about the history of the glasshouses at RBGE in an informative talk with Glasshouse Manager Fiona Inches. From the first evidence of glasshouse building in the 17th century, to the recent re-landscaping of the Palm House, the glasshouses have been instrumental to tropical plant research at RBGE.

Guided Walk: The tail end of summer

Guided Walk around the Garden

Tour to South Africa

Tour to South Africa

Join the Friends of RBGE tour to South Africa and see some of the country's magnificent gardens, rich variety of wildlife and stunning scenery.

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