Members' Events

Planting Ideas for Atmosphere & Visual Richness

Chelsea Gold Medal-winning designer Paul Hervey- Brookes will lead an intensive weekend workshop which explores the character of plants and how best to use them to create atmosphere in both planting schemes and when laying out the structure of a new garden.

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.

Early Morning Birdwalk at the RBGE

Early Morning Birdwalk at the RBGE

Hear the dawn chorus at the Botanics with a bird expert and a garden guide. Bring your binoculars. Breakfast afterwards in the canteen.

The Plant Sale

The Plant Sale

Your annual chance to purchase from an enviable collection of plants at truly wonderful prices. Plus the Connoisseurs Collection & Home Baking Stall.

Coffee Morning: The History of the Rock Garden

The origins, controversies and more recent development of this outstanding feature of the Edinburgh Botanics.

Friends of RBGE tour to the Gardens of Dumfries and Galloway

Friends of RBGE tour to the Gardens of Dumfries and Galloway

A wonderful opportunity to visit the gardens of Dumfries and Galloway in the south-western corner of Scotland

Coffee Morning: A Spring Walk to the Scottish Endangered Plants

Enjoy a Spring walk to this new section of the rock garden and hear about the conservation work behind it.

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.

Botanical Artistry: Bees at the Botanics - Ali McLeod

Over five weeks we will use miniature paintbrushes and watercolour to create an exquisitely detailed illustration of a bee and flowers from RBGE, whilst learning about the essential role these insects play in all our gardens.

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