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Rebuilding the past

Rebuilding the past

It takes a lot of time and talent to bring a historic building back to life – come along and discover the traditional building skills which are being used to reconstruct the Botanic Cottage, and the challenges which have been faced on the journey to rebuild this special house.

Logan Botanic Garden Plant Fair

Logan hosts a plant fair of Dumfries and Galloway’s finest Gardens and Nurseries. This is the ideal opportunity to purchase unusual plants that are rarely available to the public. Why not make a day of it and make a combined visit to the Garden and Plant Fair!

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.

Adult Education Open Evening

Adult Education Open Evening

We run weekly classes and weekend workshops in many subjects from botany and horticulture, to herbology, garden history, art and wellbeing so why not come along and meet our tutors to discover our latest range of courses...

Seaweeds for Food and Health

Seaweeds are increasingly eaten by us as foods and in foods. Following the extremely successful 2013 event, this year will bring more amazing opportunities to taste, touch and learn about the incredible health benefits of seaweed, that already go into many everyday products.

Perspective for the Botanical Artist

A weekend workshop exploring perspective as a means of creating visually dynamic qualities that will enhance the illusion of form and depth creating a strong visual impact in your botanical studies.

Lecture: The International Conifer Conservation Project - Martin Gardner

This is a joint lecture organized by the Friends of RBGE and the Edinburgh Branch of the British Science Association.

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.

Guided Walk : A Tapestry of Colours

Come along and enjoy an autumnal tour around the garden in the company of one of the gardeners and see the early autumnal joys on offer. Some of the plants that you will see include Agapanthus, Eucryphia and Fasicularia.

Grow Your Ain

Come and explore the art of producing your own food, from high-class restaurants to kids' veg patches. Join Slow Food Edinburgh to learn, dig, eat, forage and connect with people producing their own food all over the world - the good, clean and fair way.

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