Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 6 Aug 2015
Come along and make, and decorate, yourself a wooden spinner to give your hours of entertainment when you have nothing else to do.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Fri 7 — Sun 23 Aug 2015
Discover the cycles of nature through the story of Fraxi the ash tree and the people connected to her over several generations of one family.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 8 — Sun 9 Aug 2015
On this two-day workshop we will be spending the first day out in the Gardens sketching and the following day painting. As part of the course a delicious summer afternoon tea will be served in the Gateway Restaurant (included in the price).
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sun 9 — Sun 16 Aug 2015
Celebrate 20 years of this youth circus visiting the Fringe with its new show performed by a fabulous troupe of talented young people. A brilliant afternoon’s entertainment for all the family – bring a rug!
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sun 9 Aug 2015
Join Alexander 'Twig' Champion as he leads walking tours of the Garden's sculpture collection taking in John Chamberlain's outdoor sculptures.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 10 — Tues 11 Aug 2015
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.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 10 — Fri 21 Aug 2015
In a hole in the wall of a timber house, on the edgfe of a wood there lives a mouse… Cosy in and enjoy the story of a furry little poet who has come to the woods for inspiration.
Logan Botanic Garden Tues 11 Aug 2015
Come along and enjoy a tour with a Gardener and ask questions as you go around viewing the late summer floral displays. Some of the plants you will see on your tour include Watsonias, Galtonias, Dieramas and exotic Fuchsias.
Dawyck Botanic Garden Sun 16 Aug 2015
Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides and see the bold herbaceous perennials.
Dawyck Botanic Garden Sun 16 Aug — Mon 30 Nov 2015
My metalwork is often spontaneous and organic in form, believing in impressing on steel a delicacy that belies its inherent strength.