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Major boost to help save the Alpine House.
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is celebrating the news that it has received a £46,215 funding boost from SITA Trust to help restore the Garden’s Heritage Alpine House.This funding award means over means over £65,000…
Help to repair the extensive damage caused by Storm Ali
Storm Ali, which reached wind speeds of up to 102mph, is estimated to have caused over £60,000 of damage across the four sites of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE). Staff at the four gardens Inverleith in Edinburgh; Dawyck, near Peebles…
Poetic idea that took root at St Andrew Square
You are invited to send a reporter/photographer to the Poetry Tree in St Andrew Square Garden at 12.30pm on Thursday October 4th Edinburgh-born Robert Louis Stevenson, one of Scotland’s literary giants, would surely have supported a quiet…
Capability Brown of France: unsung Corstorphine gardener
During Book Week Scotland (18-24th November) the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh will be exploring the life of Thomas Blaikie (1750-1838), dubbed the "Capability Brown of France", through his diaries and related papers recently donated to the RBGE…
Garden of Tranquillity: a sanctuary for dementia
A safe, tranquil and sensory space designed specifically as a respite for people living with dementia and their carers will shortly take shape within the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE). With natural boundaries for privacy, fragrant plants,…
Royal Botanic Gardens delivers very special gift
Christmas has come early for students and staff at Heriot-Watt University - in the form of a conservation gift including Scotland’s rarest tree.The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) has donated 21 trees of eight species including the rare…
Conifer conservation boost: from Chile to Britain and back again
[Hi-res images available on request] The government of Chile’s decision to create a network of national parks over a massive 10 million acres has been hailed as a significant boost for leading conservation experts pioneering international ex-situ…
Graham Charles George Argent - Edinburgh’s Indiana Jones of Botany.
Born: Hertfordshire, 15 May, 1941 Died: Ullapool, 24 April 2019, aged 78 Graham Charles George Argent, known as George to the botanical community, was appointed as Tropical Botanist on the staff of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) in…
Saving a jewel in the crown of world’s botanic gardens
Described as one of the finest entrances to a botanical garden anywhere in the world, the magnificent Redwood Avenue at Benmore Botanic Garden, on Scotland’s west coast, is in desperate need of innovative actions or risk being lost to the nation…
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