Walks and Talks

First September Garden Guided Walk.

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides looking at early autumn colour.

Garden Sculpture Tours

Garden Sculpture Tours

Join Alexander 'Twig' Champion as he leads walking tours of the Garden's sculpture collection taking in John Chamberlain's outdoor sculptures.

Guided walk: A festival of colour!

Come along and enjoy an autumnal tour around the garden in the company of one of the gardeners and see the early autumnal joys on offer. Some of the plants that you will see include Agapanthus, Eucryphia and Fascicularia.

Coffee Morning: Using RBGE Skills Across South West Asia

Hear about work, supported by RBGE Friends, in Iraq, Socotra and Afghanistan in identification, classification, collaboration and regeneration.

Fungi Foray

Fungi Foray

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

Second September Garden Guided Walk.

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides looking at early autumn colour.

Garden Sculpture Tours

Garden Sculpture Tours

Join Alexander 'Twig' Champion as he leads walking tours of the Garden's sculpture collection taking in John Chamberlain's outdoor sculptures.

Evening Talk: My Favourite Tree in the Garden

Evening Talk: My Favourite Tree in the Garden

RBGE's tree expert William Hinchliffe will give a talk about the most popular trees in the Garden, chosen by the public in a recent poll. He will give an insight into the history, care and botany of the trees and of the current tree collecting programme

Guided walk: Early autumn tints.

Come along and enjoy a late aumn tour of the garden with the Curator. Garden highlights will include many grasses, Salvias, Dahlias and autumn flowering bulbs. This is an ideal time to ask those gardening questions that have always puzzled you!

Coffee Morning: Gertrude Jekyll and Claude Monet: Munstead and Giverny

Professor Michael Tooley’s critical comparison of two gardens: the high Victorian plantings of Monet and the subtle, innovative techniques of Jekyll.

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