Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 7 Mar — Sun 19 July 2015
An exhibition of recent work exploring the current threats to the honeybee.
Dawyck Botanic Garden Sun 10 May — Sun 9 Aug 2015
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.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 20 June — Sun 27 Sept 2015
The first exhibition in Scotland by artists from the Dutch art collective, Tropism. Featuring botanical installations and photographs of plants taken with unusual, often scientific, visualisation techniques, the exhibition provides a surprising and spectacularly different view on plants.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Fri 26 June — Sun 26 July 2015
Actinism is the property of solar radiation that leads to the production of photochemical and photobiological effects occurring in such things as analogue photographic printmaking and photosynthesis in plants.
Fatal Fungi: Models and watercolours on vellum of poisonous and hallucinogenic mushrooms by Stephen Caine
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Mon 6 July — Wed 30 Sept 2015
While some species of fungi are among the most highly regarded of gastronomic delights, others contain the most notorious of all naturally occurring poisons. This exhibition of models and paintings of fungi includes many of the most toxic British species.
Logan Botanic Garden Thurs 16 July — Wed 19 Aug 2015
An exhibition of winning images from the 2014 Scottish Nature Photography Awards will be on show.The photo competition attracted > 2000 entries from around the world from professional and amateur photographers.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 25 July — Mon 5 Oct 2015
The first solo exhibition with a UK public gallery by the great American artist John Chamberlain (1927 – 2011) includes monumental twisted metal foil sculptures placed throughout the Garden.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 1 Aug — Sun 27 Sept 2015
An exhibition of new work by Edinburgh based artist Lorna Fraser. This work in ceramic and print is inspired by the plant specimens from the RBGE Herbarium.
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.
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.