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Urban bees

Urban bees

Find out about our busy buzzing neighbours - the wild bees that inhabit our parks, gardens and urban spaces. There are 2,000 species of bees in Europe providing invaluable services to people and nature. Like their domestic cousin, the honey bee, wild bees are threatened and cities can become one of their last refuges.

Raoul De Keyser: Paintings 1967 to 2012

Raoul De Keyser: Paintings 1967 to 2012

The first major UK solo exhibition in over a decade by Belgian painter Raoul De Keyser (b. Deinze, Belgium, 1930, d. 2012).

International Garden Photographer of the Year

International Garden Photographer of the Year

An outdoor photography exhibition featuring gardens, plants and landscapes that reveal the diversity and beauty of our green planet. Presenting a selection of the winning entries from the world’s leading garden photography competitions by both amateur and professional photographers.

Amy Shelton: Bee Works | Florilegium

Amy Shelton: Bee Works | Florilegium

An exhibition of recent work exploring the current threats to the honeybee.

Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt

Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt

Hop around our gardens with the family this Easter, answering clues along the way and be rewarded with a delicious Easter chocolate treat. Find the Magic. Find the Lindt Gold Bunny.

Botanic Cottage updates & stories

Botanic Cottage updates & stories

Come along to this informal talk to find out more about the Botanic Cottage as it is rebuilt stone-by-stone.

Curator's Tours: Raoul De Keyser: Paintings 1967 to 2012

Curator's Tours: Raoul De Keyser: Paintings 1967 to 2012

Join curator Paul Nesbitt and Exhibitions Officer Chloe Reith as they lead an in-depth discussion on the work of Raoul De Keyser and the exhibition at Inverleith House. Free all welcome.

Coffee with a Shot of Science

Coffee with a Shot of Science

Every step of the coffee journey is steeped in tradition and ritual, from the growing of the bean to the pouring of a cup. There is also a good dose of science in every drop.

Crop Circle

Crop Circle

Have we bred the nutrition and taste out of our crops without even realising? Might the wild relatives of our crops hold the answer and is this genetic resource being conserved and utilised?

Meet the Edible Gardening Team

Meet the Edible Gardening Team

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.

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