Walks and Talks

Fungi Foray

Fungi Foray

Find out more about fungi with Neville Kilkenny.

October Garden Guided Walk.

October Garden Guided Walk.

Enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides to marvel at the splendid autumn colour.

Guided Walk : Early Autumn Shade

Come along and enjoy a late autumn tour of the garden with one of our gardeners. 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: The Secret Life of Ferns

Discover the amazing life cycle of ferns and how they can be used for magic tricks.

October Autumn Magic Garden Guided Walk.

October Autumn Magic Garden Guided Walk.

A second chance to enjoy a walk around the Garden with one of our Garden Guides to see the brilliant autumn colour.

Mushrooms for Minors

Mushrooms for Minors

Guided walk specifically aimed at children, discover how fairy rings are made & how mushrooms get their spots on a fun-gi treasure hunt!

Plant Collecting in Japan and the Development of Benmore's Japanese Valley

Come along to hear about collecting trips to Japan and their influence on the Benmore Garden.

Launch of the Chile Tour

Following the success of the RBGE Friends Tour to China in June, RBGE Friends are running a tour to Chile and Argentina in October/November 2015. To find out more about the tour, attend our event on Thursday, 16th October 2014 in the Lecture Theatre.

Evening Talk: Habitat Restoration by Botanic Gardens - A Photo Documentary

Evening Talk: Habitat Restoration by Botanic Gardens - A Photo Documentary

Nature and conservation photographer Barney Wilczak takes us through his photo documentary of the pioneering work carried out by the Ecological Restoration Alliance of Botanic Gardens.

Storytelling for a Greener World

Experience natural stories of all kinds in the beautiful setting of Edinburgh’s botanical gardens. Stories will emerge gently in different locations, while story walks meander between the story encampment and the outer reaches. Also included is an introduction to the ground-breaking Hawthorn Press book, Storytelling for a Greener World, and a specially commissioned performance of Where Curlews Call by Malcolm Green and Nick Hennessey.

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