Walks and Talks

A Garden Within a Garden in Nepal

Kate Hughes will talk about her collaborative work in revitalising part of the National Botanical Garden of Nepal near Kathmandu.

Veterans of the Designed Landscape

Veterans of the Designed Landscape

Scotland's heritage trees in parks & gardens by Donald Roger. A joint lecture from Scotland's Gardens and Landscape Heritage (SGLH) and Friends of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.

Guided Walk: Early Interest in the Garden

Guided Walk. Come along and discover the flush of emerging foliage and floral displays from plants such as spring bulbs. Magnolia and Rhododendrons, amongst many others.

Working for RBGE in Modern China

Martyn Dickson will look back at 16 years of working for RBGE in China, including helping create Jade Dragon Field Station and Lijiang Alpine Botanical Garden.

Guided Walk: Full Speed Ahead

Guided Walk: Full Speed Ahead

Succession Planting in the Mixed Border at Great Dixter

Succession Planting in the Mixed Border at Great Dixter

We are delighted to welcome Fergus Garrett who is the Head Gardener at Great Dixter, the famous garden created by the late Christopher Lloyd.

Mull of Galloway Talk: Scotland's southernmost point


Early Morning Birdwalk at the RBGE

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

Scottish Plant Conservation at the Botanics

Sally Eaton, Scottish Plants Conservation Officer at RBGE will tell us about new techniques being used to overcome the challenges facing our rarest species.

Guided Walk: The Magic of Spring

Guided Walk around the Garden.

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