Walks and Talks

Guided Walk: The tail end of summer

Guided Walk around the Garden

Coffee Morning & Talk: The Wee World of Lichens at the Edinburgh Garden

Coffee Morning & Talk: The Wee World of Lichens at the Edinburgh Garden

Lichens add colour, texture and diversity to our landscapes and gardens. This talk will introduce The Wee World of Lichens, a new trail at RBGE

Private View of Exhibition: Plant Scenery of the World

Enjoy a private tour with the Curator of RBGE's summer exhibition which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the RBGE's 'Front Range' glasshouses.

Fungi Foray

Fungi Foray

Find out more about fungi with Neville Kilkenny and explore the world's first Cryptogamic Sanctuary at Dawyck.

Modernism's Temporary Structures

Modernism's Temporary Structures

On the 50th anniversary of the Front Range Glasshouses at RBGE, join Richard Williams, Professor of Contemporary Visual Cultures at Edinburgh University for a lecture exploring a fascination for temporary structures in modernist architecture.

Sensory Tour of The Garden

Sensory Tour of The Garden

This bespoke Guided Garden Walk is for visually impaired visitors, but open to everyone.

Guided Walk: Early Autumn Shades

Guided Walk

Talk: Alpines by the Sea

Sandy Leven of the Scottish Rock Garden Society will give a talk 'Alpines by the Sea'.

Glass Menageries

Glass Menageries

Take a walk from jungle to desert, mountaintop to tropical swamp, in this guided tour with Ed Hollis, storyteller of the secret lives that buildings live. Drawing on diverse influences and stories, Ed will bring the microcosm of the glasshouses and the imaginary worlds they contain to life.

Evening Talk: Treasures of the Herbarium

A chance to see and hear about the fantastic collection of plant specimens held in RBGE's Herbarium including the specimen of Tiquilia collected on the Galapagos Islands by Charles Darwin on the Voyage of the Beagle.

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