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RBGE as an organisation Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is a charity and a Non Departmental Public Body (NDPB) sponsored and supported through Grant-in-Aid by the Scottish Government's Environment and Forestry Directorate (ENFOR). It is governed…
Edinburgh Botanics Shop Come and celebrate the seasons at the Botanics. Whether you are looking for a special gift or a treat for yourself, why not visit the Botanics Shop? Enjoy a wide selection of garden-inspired and seasonal products, including…
Introducing Climate House
Following the award of the Outset Transformative Grant, Inverleith House will be transformed into Climate House as part of a three-year project. Climate House will welcome artists from Scotland and around the world to showcase work that encourages…
A Global Garden: The Botanics and its international connections
As we celebrate our 350th anniversary, learn more about the global reach of the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.After flourishing during the Enlightenment and then under the tenure of the Balfours, the the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh continued to…
RBGE is the leading European centre of taxonomic research on the Zingiberaceae and is among the foremost in the world. Various approaches are used to gather the maximum information on these plants, such as revising groups of species for floras and…
Floras, Checklists and Inventories
Many parts of the tropics are poorly known botanically. A major aspect of the Tropical Section's efforts are to explore these poorly known regions and to compile data on the plants found there. This data is then published as checklists or…
History of Collectors in the Herbarium
There are over 14,000 collectors represented in the herbarium at RBGE. Some of these collectors have made a significant impact on the collections, either by the number of specimens or by the number of new species they collected. These collectors…
Ferns and Allies
The Ferns & Fern Allies include Ferns, horsetails, clubmosses, spikemosses and quillworts. They are an ancient group, with fossil evidence of members from 400 million years ago. Around 90% of current diversity in this group is accounted for by…
The gymnosperms, which include cycads, ginkgos, and conifers (pines, spruces, firs, cypresses, and larches) are an ancient lineage of plants, dating back at least 300 million years - today they can be found on all continents except Antarctica. The…
Spirit Preserved Collections
The spirit collection comprises over 7,000 specimens preserved in fluid which are stored in glass jars in metal cabinets. This method of preservation is particularly important for fleshy flowers, fruits and fungi that are not suitable for drying,…
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