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Dawyck Delight an exhibition by Edward Bowen B.Ed(hons), M.C.C.Ed.

Dawyck Delight an exhibition by Edward Bowen B.Ed(hons), M.C.C.Ed.

Edward Bowen B.Ed (hons), M.C.C.Ed. gains much of his inspiration from the Scottish landscape. Much of the work of this exhibition is the result of numerous visits to Dawyck during the past year.

Dawyck Dawn Chorus

What better way to start the day than at the crack of dawn to the beautiful sounds of bird song? You'll hear a wide variety of woodland birds and could also tune into some more unusual species such as Blackcap, Woodcock, Redstart and Nuthatch.

First May Garden Guided Walk.

First May Garden Guided Walk.

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides looking at Rhododendrons.

Inspiring Landscapes Exhibition by the Forth Community Arts Project

Inspiring Landscapes Exhibition by the Forth Community Arts Project

The Inspiring Landscapes Community Arts Project was initiated in 2009, encouraging people from Forth village in South Lanarkshire to interpret the landscape through personal art work.

Second May Garden Guided Walk.

Second May Garden Guided Walk.

Another chance to enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides looking at Rhododendrons.

'Summer'  Garden Guided Walk.

'Summer' Garden Guided Walk.

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides looking at the beautiful blue poppies.

Summer Solstice Yoga

An inspiring event to celebrate midsummer in the stunning and peaceful setting of Dawyck Botanic Garden. For people with some yoga experience. Please bring yoga mat. Followed by breakfast in the cafe.

First July Garden Guided Walk.

First July Garden Guided Walk.

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides looking at mid season perennials.

First August Garden Guided Walk.

First August Garden Guided Walk.

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides & see the bold herbaceous perennials.

Rhythms of Nature an exhibition by Valerie Ferguson

Rhythms of Nature an exhibition by Valerie Ferguson

My metalwork is often spontaneous and organic in form, believing in impressing on steel a delicacy that belies its inherent strength.

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