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Pilates: Beginners - Intermediate

Help prevent or ease your gardening back pain with this gentle exercise class. Pilates is a form of exercise that improves posture, prevents back pain and strengthens core muscles.

Pilates: Intermediate - Advanced

Help prevent or ease your gardening back pain with this gentle exercise class. Pilates is a form of exercise that improves posture, prevents back pain and strengthens core muscles.

Botany for Beginners

Aimed at the complete beginner and using living plants from the garden, this eight-week course investigates the identification, function and ecology of familiar plant species. Useful as a pre-course to the RHS Level 2 Certificate in Horticulture.

Grow Your Own Vegetables (3 Day Course)

Grow Your Own Vegetables (3 Day Course)

Want to grow your own vegetables but don't know when to start?

Autumn Flower Arrangements

On this one-day workshop you will explore texture in floral design using fruits, vegetables, seed-heads, twigs and branches to create cheerful, striking and long-lasting arrangements to warm home and heart. No experience necessary.

Introduction to Digital SLR Video

This course provides an introduction to using an interchangeable lens camera for documentary videography. During this one-day workshop students will become more confident about their equipment and gain knowledge of how photographic techniques can be applied to the world of video.

Tony Conrad: Invented Acoustical Tools 1969–2014

The first solo exhibition in the UK by legendary American artist, Tony Conrad exploring Conrad’s contribution to improvised music and his enduring relationship with free invention as it relates to his film and performance work.

Hallowe'en Pumpkin Hunt

Hallowe'en Pumpkin Hunt

Come to the Botanics this Hallowe'en and follow the trail to find our hidden pumpkins.

Moss Identification for Beginners

Learn to identify some of the common species of mosses and liverworts through an introduction to identification using keys. The day includes a lab-based session and walk to practise some of the techniques learned.

Storytelling for a Greener World

Experience natural stories of all kinds in the beautiful setting of Edinburgh’s botanical gardens. Stories will emerge gently in different locations, while story walks meander between the story encampment and the outer reaches. Also included is an introduction to the ground-breaking Hawthorn Press book, Storytelling for a Greener World, and a specially commissioned performance of Where Curlews Call by Malcolm Green and Nick Hennessey.

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