Walks and Talks

Wildflower Walk

Wildflower Walk

Walking the Fern Trail with Mary Gibby

Walking the Fern Trail with Mary Gibby.

Botanics Wild Night Walk

Botanics Wild Night Walk

Experience the Garden in a uniquely wild way on a night walk with Graeme Wilson of The Wildlife Information Centre. This event is part of the Big Botanics BioBlitz which begins the following morning and is listed seperately in What's On.

Big Botanics BioBlitz

Big Botanics BioBlitz

Calling all nature enthusiasts, experts, recorders and learners! Help us to discover and celebrate the biodiversity of the Botanics. As well as recording wildlife there will be a programme of activities including pond dipping and worm charming, guided walks and short talks on urban birding and wildlife gardening.

Botanics Wild Walk and Breakfast

Botanics Wild Walk and Breakfast

Enjoy a walk in the Garden before it opens to the public. Our experienced Garden Guides will introduce you to the morning birdsong and the moths trapped over night in our moth trap. This event is part of the Big Botanics BioBlitz which begins at 10:00.

Coffee Morning & Talk: Coffee from Africa and Back Again

Join us to find out more about the future of coffee growth in Africa, and try some coffee samples

Guided Walk - Never Ending Colour!

Guided Walk

Hortics, Logistics and Politics: Flower Shows

Hortics, Logistics and Politics: Flower Shows

Join Billy Carruthers from Binny Plants as he tells us how he planned and prepared an award-winning exhibit at Chelsea and other flower shows.

Walk: Wild Flowers at Benmore with Phil Lusby

A gentle walk through the garden to look at what native Scottish plants can be found.

Learn a Craft in the Botanic Cottage: Mini Leather journal workshop

Learn a Craft in the Botanic Cottage: Mini Leather journal workshop

Join Cassandra Barron, of Bookbinding with Cass, to create a series of leather or pleather bound mini journals incorporating your own hand-printed papers inspired by the flora and fauna of the Botanic Gardens. No previous experience required and beginners are more than welcome. All materials provided.

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