Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 19 Mar — Sun 24 July 2016
Many of the World's greatest inventions combine human intellect with inspiration from nature. This new exhibition shows how one tropical plant family, the Sapotaceae, has contributed to a wide variety of useful creations.
Benmore Botanic Garden Fri 25 Mar — Mon 29 Aug 2016
An exhibition featuring a selection of prints of botanical paintings from the recent publication Plants from the Woods and Forests of Chile.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 30 Apr — Mon 30 May 2016
An open-air installation consisting of eighteen off-the-shelf garden sheds reinvented by architects and designers from home and abroad.
Dawyck Botanic Garden Sun 1 May — Sun 31 July 2016
This inspiring exhibition is a collaboration between fibre artist Anna S. King and poet Valerie Gillies, and follows on from their successful exhibition at the Garden in 2011.
Logan Botanic Garden Tues 3 May — Sun 31 July 2016
An exhibition highlighting the exquisite flora of Nepal.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Wed 8 — Thurs 23 June 2016
The 12th Annual BISCOT Exhibition is a showcase of top contemporary botanical art from home and abroad, resulting from collaboration between RBGE and the Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Fri 1 July — Wed 31 Aug 2016
Glass Life is an exhibition of stunning glass sculpture, depicting the hidden inner workings of living cells, created by artists and researchers at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Cell Biology.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 23 July — Sun 23 Oct 2016
'I still believe in miracles' celebrates the 30th anniversary of the world-renowned exhibitions programme at Inverleith House.
Logan Botanic Garden Mon 1 Aug — Mon 26 Sept 2016
An exciting trip back in history with some stunning photographs of Logan taken by the McDoualls, formerly of Logan House.
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Sat 6 Aug — Sun 6 Nov 2016
Nepal's spectacular plant diversity is matched by it's colourful cultural heritage and dramatic Himalayan scenery. For centuries Nepalese people have used plants for food, medicine, construction and fuel, and plants continue to sustain livelihoods.